Next Melbourne speaker
Addie Wootten from Smiling Mind talked on the global theme of #EMPATHY and we got to participate in a slightly uncomfortable but fun group medication exercise that made us rethink mindfulness.
In August we have Madeleine Dore of Extraordinary Routines to share her insight on our global theme #ACTION and wise lessons on routines.
If you missed the talk, and can’t wait for the video, you can read the tweets at twitter.com/melbourne_cm
Shout out to our friends at Redbubble and Billy Blue for their ongoing support of our Melbourne chapter! We gave away some Redbubble goodies and a Skillshare membership to some lucky Morning People during the talk this month.
We’ll be back in September!
See you soon!
All photos by Mark Lobo Photography (www.marklobo.com.au).
May’s theme was robot and it was a great pleasure hosting programmer and technologist, David Johnson who shared his story about learning to code #midw15
Throwback some pictures taken in April; Elliot Costello, co-founder and CEO of YGAP talked to us about humility.
Photos by Mark Lobo Photography. Shout outs to our awesome sponsors Billy Blue College Of Design, Redbubble, Shutterstock and Clement Coffee Roasters!
Also thanks to The Jacky Winter Group artists Think in Colour, Donkey Wheel House and Skillshare.
Joining us this Friday is Elliot Costello, Co-Founder & CEO, of YGAP. By using some of the most successful projects at YGAP as examples, Elliot aims to take people on a journey of the humble changemakers who work so hard to achieve what thety do without public attention.
An insightful talk from the talented Ken Taylor on the way he uses ink both digitally and traditionally and the constant battle traversing between the two mediums.
Joining us this Friday will be world-renowned illustrator and artist Ken Taylor. Ken will be talking about his process in depth, were he began stylistically and how it has influenced the way he uses ink both digitally and traditionally and the constant battle traversing between the two mediums.
Tim Hutton. Photos by Mark Lobo (www.marklobo.com.au)