Le projet d’amour
I have been running my personal blog, Le projet d’amour, since 2008. I share my research and writing, and write about film, books, art and culture, poetry, and feminism.
My blog has a strong readership and has been nominated for the Voices 2013 awards. My posts have also been mentioned and featured on many sites, including Bust Magazine, Dazed Digital, Apartment Therapy, Bitch Flicks, Worn Journal, and others.
Read a few interviews here: We Love Perth, Royal Quiet Deluxe and Ace Camp Journal.
The Australian Ballet
I have been a writer for The Australian Ballet’s blog, Behind Ballet, since September 2010.
Critical article titled, “Politicians shouldn’t have a say on the worth of research grants”, published on The Guardian website, 11 September 2013.
Critical article titled, “Downton Abbey and the Heritage Industry”, published on Overland journal’s website.
The Australian Film Institute
Critical essay titled “Why I Adore: Somersault”, written for The Australian Film Institute’s (AFI) blog.
Critical article on feminism titled, “Brave New World?” written for the website Settle Petal, run by the Equality Rights Alliance and YWCA Australia - one of six National Women’s Alliances funded by the Australian Government Office for women.
Critical article titled, “Has ‘indie’ become just another way of saying ‘unprofessional’?” published on the Meanjin blog. Co-written with Jane Flanagan.
Perth City Guide written for the website, Design*Sponge.
Critical article titled, “Are your ads sexist?” written for Nextness blog (STW Group) on sexism in advertising.
Guest post written for Anthology Magazine’s regular blog column, ‘Attributes’.
Guest post written for Jessica Stanley (editor of Nextness blog) for her column, ‘READ.LOOK.THINK.’ This post was featured on the front page of Wordpress.
Freelance writing produced for Desktop Magazine Online. Desktop is Australia’s most read monthly design culture magazine.
Notes on Metamodernism
Critical essay titled, “Seeking Substance in Historical Costume Films”, published on the website, Notes on Metamodernism.
Critical essay titled, “The Ethics of Nostalgia”, published on the website, Notes on Metamodernism.
Blogging written for Leeloo as their Perth correspondent, covering Perth-based art, events, fashion, photography, markets and indie designers.
Other Guest Posts
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Miss Moss: Things I Like Right Now
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