Year 10 Trafalgar High School student Abbey Stanway, an emerging artist, joined Scribblevision for a week’s work experience. Here’s her take on agency life – a world where art and tech collide. And, as she quickly learns, that’s a beautiful thing.
It started at the dining table in Megan Vitale’s Traralgon home.
“I sat down with mum, it was January the 8th and I said to her it has to be done, we have got to do this,” Megan says.
“And now it’s happening.”
Our new recruit Georgia Hunt likes a challenge. She took that attitude to Queensland, right after leaving school, as an Australian Army recruit.
For the first three months she lived in a barracks in Wagga Wagga with 40 other people, sharing a room and undergoing intense physical training.
Trucks, trenchers, earth-moving equipment … there’s definitely a demographic that’s going to get all hot under the collar at the thought of all that horsepower. And looking at Maffra Trenching & Boring’s new website, well you’d have to be a fossil not to agree with it.