This month Comedian turned Innovator, Rich Brophy spoke on the global CreativeMornings theme, “Flow”.
A huge thanks to Rich for making us laugh and making us think!
Also thank you to the volunteers and sponsors - Wacom, Google, The Commons, Ooooby, Three Thousand Thieves.
Photos by Joyce Ong from New Heights Media

This month we changed things up! Our Host Nicole Velik from The Ideas Bodega ran a workshop to ignite your inner creativity and come face-to-face with your own muse. The audience got creative, solved some juicy challenges and learned some new creative thinking techniques. 

A huge thanks to everyone who came along and shared their creative ideas. Massive thanks to our local partners Wacom and Google and also big thanks to Ooooby, Three Thousand Thieves, The Commons and Work-shop.

See you next month! 

Photos beautifully taken by Lint Gannon.

This month David Ohana spoke on the theme “Justice”. He shared his incredible journey from working in advertising in Sydney to working for the United Nations and UNICEF in New York. Dave talked about how times have changed and how people working in corporations can use their power and influence to fight for justice and create a positive change in the world. This work is not just up to NGO’s anymore.

A huge thank you to Dave for joining us this month and our local partners, Wacom and Google.

Photos beautifully taken by Joyce from New Heights Media.

Last week Damon Gameau spoke to us on the theme “End”. He talked about the importance of stories and how we need to create a new and inspiring story about the planet and our role in saving it becuase as Damon said “ The earth is hiring.” A huge thanks to local sponsors, Streamtime, Wacom and Google as well as The Commons, Ooooby, Three Thousand Thieves and Work-shop.

Photos were taken by New Heights Media.

Last week we had the incredible Nads Spencer speak to us on the theme “Wonder”. It was such an inspiring and uplifting talk. Thanks so much Nads! If you missed the talk, the vid will be up soon. A huge thanks to local sponsors, Streamtime, Wacom and Google as well as The Commons, Ooooby, Three Thousand Thieves and Work-shop. 

Photos were taken by Kyle Barney, New Heights Media.

This month Matt Barratt from Hoyne spoke on the theme “Preserve”. Such a thought provoking talk on Place-making and preserving culture. If you missed it, check out the video above. 

A huge thanks to our partners, Streamtime, Wacom and Google. Thanks everyone who came down and we’ll see you next month!

This month Google’s Creative Director, Tara Mckenty spoke on the theme “Inclusion”. Tara spoke about the necessity to build diverse teams and how inclusion and diversity is not just about doing good but it’s actually a smart decision that effects the bottom line.

A huge thanks to our partners, Streamtime, Wacom and Google. Thanks everyone who came down and we’ll see you next month!

Underwater Photographer and Free Diver, Lucas Handley spoke on the topic of “Water” and how to be creative under pressure…literally! 

Thank you to our sponsors Streamtime, Wacom and Google. 

This month architect and artist Chris Fox spoke to us on the theme “Symmetry”. Whilst researching the topic, Chris discovered that ‘symmetry’ was a concept far greater than what he initially thought. He delved into symmetry in geometry, nature, music and how it applies to his own practice. It was a fascinating talk!

This event was brought to you by Streamtime Software - a project management tool doing things differently and Wacom ANZ - a leader in pen and tablet technology. Thank you to our venue Work-Shop for the use of their incredible space! We enjoyed fresh fruit from Ooooby Sydney, delicious brew from Three Thousand Thieves and The Commons - a new co-working space in Sydney. Our chapter host is Nicole Velik from The Ideas Bodega and a huge thanks to our fantastic team of volunteers - This event was beautifully captured by Joyce and Kez from Taipan Films and New Heights Media Thank YOU for being part of our global creative community!

Last week we had the incredible Zeke’s Lunchbox AKA Julia Rich, talk to us on the theme “Surreal”. She spoke about her journey becoming an artist, the visual worlds she creates and the creatures that inhabit those worlds and how she manages to swing between fact and fantasy in her daily life being a full time artist.   

This event was brought to you by Streamtime Software - a project management tool doing things differently and Wacom ANZ - a leader in pen and tablet technology and our newest sponsor Google.  This event was beautifully captured by Joyce and Kez from New Heights Media  and Taipan Films. Thank YOU for being part of our global creative community!

Massive thanks to all the volunteers, Ooooby, Three Thousand Thieves and Workshop. The event is hosted by Nicole Velik from The Ideas Bodega.

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