Ever met someone that does something totally unimaginable to you?
Clayton Wimshurst: Teaching
This week’s guest is a schoolteacher, specializing in IT, technology and science, Clayton Wimshurst. Clayton has largely taught primary school, but also overseas for twenty years, twenty-one years this year to be exact. We talk about the reality of the amount of work involved in teaching, the inspiring moldability of children’s minds. Plus I ask a dumb question… is there such thing as dumb questions?
Tanzer: Art (Disco Instamatic)
Tanzer is an artist with many different hats, she describes herself much better than Emily can, so you’ll have to listen to find out more. We talk about her latest project Disco Instamatic, the evolution of Tanzer and her art, plus how she has been destined to perform since she was little.
Genevieve Rosen-Biller: Linen
This week guest is the co-founder and operator of Australia’s number 1 pure linen bedding brand, Bed Threads, Genevieve Rosen-Biller. We talk about how her personal needs as a consumer fueled the creation of the business, how awesome and validating it feels to have people totally love her products, plus why sometimes there’s no need to rush your ideas.
Dr Alastair Robinson: Botany
This week’s guest is a botanist and manages part of the science division at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, Doctor Alastair Robinson. We talk about what botany actually is, plus why carnivorous plants are his area of expertise. We also chat about what inspired him to study plants from a very young age, and how being out in the field is exceptionally interesting and sometimes dangerous. Plus how working at the Botanic Gardens has been a very rewarding experience.
Vinko Anthony: Dating
This week’s guest is co-founder and co-director of gay introduction and dating agency, Beau Brummell Introductions, Vinko Anthony. We talk about outsourcing your love life, the time and energy it takes to make these connections and how his previous work informed where he is today.
Alice Bennett: Cakes
This week’s guest is the owner-operator of cake creation business, Miss Trixie Makes Tea, Alice Bennett. We talk about why cake is so great, how a pandemic helped inspire and effect positive growth for her business and the nostalgic power of sweets.