Ron is a fashion and sports photojournalist by passion and been doing freelance since 2010. Indeed a simple down-to-earth guy who's easy to get along with, well organised and communicate well with people. He has done and continue to do model shoots, covering fashion shows and sporting events including special occasions. Some of the celebrities and major fashion and sporting events he had covered are: The Sound of Music, Black Swan, Jennifer Hawkins, Heidi Klum, Serena Williams, Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix, Arnold Schwarzenegger Classics Australia, Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, Jayco Herald Sun Tour, Kooyong Classic, Swimming Victoria, Hyundai A-League, Netball Victoria, Australian Ice Hockey League, Netball Australia, Miss Universe Australia, Miss World Australia, among others.
I’m born and bred in industry, held many rolls, and always striving to raises awareness and leave a lasting mark in the industry, I love so dearly. My journalism provides the platform, where I do my best work, and where I will leave my mark on the world.As a journalist and rodeo competitor, my copy bridges the gap between Australia’s hidden talents and promoting the best of the best on the world stage. My long term career is to highlight and support the under reported arena of strong rural families and community leaders in the sport of rodeo, and wider rural life. From my days working as a Jillaroo in the Northern Territory and on the plains of the California central coast, I know first hand the struggles and triumphs of women in the Rural world. Even as a competitor, through my days of schooling, through my days at Burdekin Agricultural College, and all in between including completing my degree in Multi Media Journalism at James Cook University. Having competed and worked under many strong influences (Both Equine, Cattle, Photography and Journalism) I aspire to be at the top of the Journalistic world, that tells the stories of hardship and victory of those silent many.I aim to be recognized on the same level as Kendra Santos, a woman who incorporates all that can be achieved in the western and sports lifestyles. I only hope to follow in her footsteps and become as great as she is and be the Journalist that the Rodeo and Rural world look to, to tell their stories here in Australia and around the world
A 23 year old consumed in a life of travel. I first started when I was 19 with the idea and motivation of finding myself in this big, cluttered world. I havent been able to sit down since! Along the way, I have found my passion for photography and writing. Using personal aspiration and emotion with knowledge in a some what, poetic way. As my learning develops, I hope to some day apply all my understanding in a career of photojournalism.
Claire is a Scottish writer living in South Australia, having immigrated to Australia in 2006. Claire has a background working in Veterinary Nursing, with certificates in Animal Studies and is currently finishing an undergraduate degree in Psychological Science. Claire has a passion for writing, having written for multiple formats, including magazines and music websites. She currently manages a website, Facebook page and twitter account for a rock band in South Australia, frequently writes for Verse Magazine, a University ran magazine and mentors first year undergraduate students. Claire has a strong interest in animal behaviour and plans to pursue a career in animal behaviour and combine this with her love of writing.
Tahnee-Jae is a pun enthusiast and serial holiday hunter studying a double degree in Journalism and Law. She has a fond weakness for cute animals and 90s R&B mixes, and believes happiness can be found through fashion editorials and retail therapy.
A final year journalism student who is both classy and fashionably stylistic. As a determined young woman, I hope to achieve my professional ambition, working in the broadcast industry, as either a radio or television news or a current affairs reporter. I am passionate about healthy eating and sustaining a healthy lifestyle through inventive recipes and regular squats.
I am a journalism student at La Trobe University Melbourne. Founder of The Melbourne Look, my aim is to show the world how amazing Aussie fashion is. I am a lover of twisted neoprenes, bold cuts and bright graphics. Favourite Aussie designers are Sass & Bide, Dion Lee, Ellery and By Johnny.
I’m Jacinta and when I’m not traipsing Style.com or nursing my magazine obsession I study Journalism at University. I constantly lust over Phoebe Philo’s designs, wish I had Christine Centenera’s wardrobe, think Diane Kruger can do no wrong and believe Kate Moss will always be queen. I’ve always spent majority of my time consumed in runway shows and best dressed lists, so I am very lucky to be able to write about what I love for you.
Christina is a 17 year old student from Melbourne, currently working towards finishing her schooling and going to university to study journalism, since discovering her passion for writing and joining the TAT community in 2013. She is a self proclaimed Instagram addict, TV show lover, feminist and an avid magazine collector, with interests in dance, art, photography and of course, fashion.
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Since starting out as a contributor in December 2013, Cindy has had the opportunity to expand on her writing skills and develop a fantastic collection of published pieces. Fashion is one thing in life which she is extremely passionate about, so writing about all things fashion makes her ecstatic.
Chantelle, Chell is a third year Professional Communications student, specializing in Public Relations at RMIT University. She has also completed additional studies in fashion and beauty and social networking. Her passions of fashion, beauty and writing inspired her to pen her own blog, www.fairychell.blogspot.com.au where she writes about these things she enjoys most about in life, and industry secrets she has learned along the way. She has interned at Cosmopolitan Magazine, Bella Box and was a beauty journalist for collegefashionista.com in 2012. Her part-time job is as a fairy entertainer for children; this is where her nickname Fairy Chell came from.
It was the ever-alluring promise of style and culture in Melbourne that made Jess cross the ditch. She was working as a journalist in Nelson, New Zealand where she wrote business stories for daily newspaper the Nelson Mail. While she loved the writing aspect, it was fashion that Jess most wanted to pursue. Melbourne, a city that lived and breathed style, posed a convincing case. Now working for a popular fashion label on Chapel Street, South Yarra, Jess is reporting for Fashion from a hub of style and quirky creatives. With a particular interest in taking street style photos and covering events, Jess brings her own eye to living in a big city bursting with fashion.