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Gillian O'Meagher

Freelance Writer

Having worked as a freelance writer and stylist for fifteen years, I pride myself on the ability to adapt the style of my text to any brief (in British English or American English).

Recent commissions span features, interviews, blogs, ghost blogs, opinion pieces, LinkedIn profiles, ghost writing, automated responses, sponsorship letters, website text, email sequencing, sales text, social media content, script packages, thought leadership pieces and case studies. In the past I've provided text across a variety of formats: articles, profiles, advertorial, an exhibition catalogue, press material, introductory text for art publications, company newsletters, flyers—the list goes on.

I’m very good with words.

The majority of my recent work has been corporate non-disclosure. Clients include PR firms, trade publications, digital consultancies, company commissions and content agencies. I excel at high-quality copy specific to a client's needs. Today’s market calls for creative thinkers who can adapt to a changing world.

Recent content contributions cover accessory branding, interior design, networking, dentistry, workplace training, digital ledger technology, fashion, education, veterinary, hospitality, e-commerce, real estate, law, construction, mining, engineering, cyber security, and food branding. Over the years I've covered television, fashion, arts, music, beauty, entertainment, lifestyle, film, tourism, pop culture, theatre, fiction, beauty, fitness, eco living, health and wellbeing, business, bridal, and interiors.

I have a television blog at youmetv.blogspot.com.au and I’m an Instagram reviewer of Asian TV and film @watchawatching. I’ve provided promotional text for cinematic releases, and production scripts and schedules for music videos. Storytelling is my passion, and I’m working on a TV pilot pitch package, and feature film, with a New York based team. My novels Optimate, Sound and Otherplace are published under Gil Liane, as is the short story collection This Connect.

Public speaking is included in my CV.

Portfolio

Television

Youmetv
Watching Pandemic TV Series The Rain During A Pandemic

A virulent virus is a classic science fiction trope. Turns out the reality is not what television predicted. Humanity has a deep fear of illness. In modern times, that fear seems amplified. Science empowers us-until we get sick. Most people exist in a frenzy of healthy practices that are almost religious, attempting to stave off any and every ailment.

Youmetv
Science Fiction TV Turns Toward Biology

Rather than the coldness of computers, imaginative organic science has been popular in scifi TV recently, the prevalence of machinery giving way to a more biological interpretation of the mysteries of the universe. To put it bluntly, spores, trees and fungi infect our perception of the future.

Youmetv
A dozen reasons why a Star Trek medical drama would make for great TV

Doctors are a staple of the Star Trek universe. But how great would a series focused entirely on medical characters be? Imagine the possibilities... The one hour scripted medical series has produced a lot of successful television: House, Grey's Anatomy, ER for starters, not forgetting heartwarming and humorous classics like MASH and Scrubs.

Youmetv
Bullying And Storytelling On Television

Bullying can have long-term, complex psychological impact. Watching a teen show recently, I wondered at the use of bullying in the plot. On television bullies are an easy source of conflict because most viewers can relate. But if the writer isn't careful, the subtext becomes twisted.

Youmetv
The Future of Scripted TV

Scripted television is in the process of adapting to survive an ever changing entertainment arena. The gap between the viewer and the product is shrinking, and to remain financially viable television needs to keep audiences engaged. But how?

Youmetv
TV and the Changing Face of Political Dramas

"Sir, you are now the President of the United States." That's from the opener of Designated Survivor, the latest in a long line of TV shows about fictional American leaders. The key to writing great presidential dramas is fusing a reflection of reality, with elements of fantasy.

Youmetv
Scifi TV: Where Science Meets Spirit.

If I had to describe a recurring theme across a number of current science fiction TV shows in three words, it would be: ALONE, TOO ALONE. Questions and issues facing humanity (and hence, the screenwriter) are at the core of a lot of science fiction television.

Junkee
11/04/2016
Are Socially Conscious TV Shows Above Reproach In 2016?

Dissing elements of your favourite scripted television shows is part and parcel of the viewing experience: lamenting the casting of a new character, or questioning a farfetched plot twist. But with television beginning to offer increased diversity and progressive content, a new form of self-censorship has emerged.

Youmetv
Female Characters and Interpretations of Empowerment on TV

Casual use of the term empowerment has come under scrutiny in recent times; female empowerment especially is a bit of a minefield, and on television everyone has different ideas as to what constitutes empowered female characters. The clone club also includes gay clone Cosima and transgender clone Tony, and the idea the clones have different sexual orientations along with varying personalities is intriguing.

Youmetv
W Two Worlds

Global sci-fi fans should tune in and check out new TV series W-Two Worlds. Storytelling genres like science fiction, speculative fiction, and slipstream fiction can cross language and cultural barriers: exploring meta concepts, wild ideas, and out-there possibilities in engaging, intelligent, and emotive ways.

X-Press Magazine
2016
Netflix This

Everyone knows the big names like Orange is the New Black, House of Cards and Making A Murderer, but what else is hidden in the hub?

Theshannarachroniclesrecaps
The Shannara Chronicles

An episode-by-episode recap of MTV series The Shannara Chronicles.

Youmetv
The Expanse

In the last few years many small screen outings marketed under umbrella term "sci-fi" have seen the genre's reputation take a hit-or should I say laser. Quality has ranged from the meh to the atrocious, with stunning exceptions being 12 Monkeys and Continuum.

Youmetv
2015
UnREAL Makes For Mighty Compelling Television

The show's creators are Marti Noxon (she cut her teeth on Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel) and Sarah Gertrude Shapiro, who worked on The Bachelor in a variety of producing roles from 2002-2004. And here is the crux of the matter.

X-Press Magazine
2015
Not Just A Flash In The Pan

If Danielle Panabaker's face seems familiar that's not surprising; her CV's mighty fine.

Youmetv
2015
The Game aka The Trials And Tribulations Of Joe

What better show to blog about on Valentines Day than The Game, a miniseries that sees the lives of spies shaped, changed, even destroyed by love. Possibly taking the covert theme too far, this fantastic miniseries about an MI5 operative during the Cold War almost slipped under my radar.

Youmetv
2015
Why 12 Monkeys Is The Surprise Sci-fi Gem Of The Season

If you haven't checked out the tv adaption of 12 Monkeys, be sure to make the time (pun intended). My love of time travel material on the big and small screen took a bit of a battering after the disappointment of Looper.

West Australian Newspaper (TV Section)
2010
Dr's In Good Time

Interview with actress Karen Gillan regarding the Dr Who: A Christmas Carol special.

Youmetv
2015
Scifi TV Moms aka The Future Of Motherhood

For me, the presence of motherhood in the narrative worked wonderfully in this series. Since this is a beautifully written, thematically complex offering that's probably not surprising. Unlike many other scifi shows that have a grand concept they never explore properly, or characters that lack a certain psychological subtlety, Continuum delivers on all fronts.

West Australian Newspaper (TV Section)
2010
Bye, Bye Bill

A look back at iconic British soap The Bill.

Youmetv
Is Netflix Changing The Structure of Scripted Television?

After watching Daredevil, I couldn't shake the feeling there was something unusual about the series. I thought the casting was fabulous, stylistically it was beautiful, but it was.... different. Then I realized it was the unusual narrative structure that had caught my attention. Daredevil felt more like a miniseries, despite the thirteen-episode order.

Youmetv
Watching Comic-Based TV Shows When You Haven't Read The Comics

Writers of a television show adapted from a comic are writing for two very different audiences: avid fans of an already existing narrative, and those who've never read the comics and therefore need to be introduced to each element of the story.

West Australian Newspaper (TV Section)
2010
Through A Lens, Darkly

Interview with filmmaker David Bradbury regarding his documentary My Asian Heart, focusing on photojournalist Philip Blenkinsop.

West Australian Newspaper (TV Section)
2010
Gladiator From Hell

It took Dustin Clare long hours of hard work to play the gladiator no mother would love.

Asian Entertainment

Dao Insights
06/02/2021
The Power & Pitfalls of Brand Ambassadors in China | Dao Insights

Brand ambassadors and KOLs can bring lucrative returns, but international companies need to understand the relationship between brand and celebrity has evolved uniquely in the Chinese market. No such thing as bad publicity? Arguably untrue in the context of KOL brand associations in China, where negative press evokes a strong consumer response.

Youmetv
Thai TV, and Guy on Guy Love

BL means Boy Love and refers to guy on guy romance. Thailand in particular has growing success with its BL entertainment industry. The dramas are scripted television shows, generally set in high school, college, or focused on men in their twenties exp l orin g same sex re l ations h ips.

Instagram
2019
@watchawatching

Mini-reviews of Asian television and film by writer Gil Liane spanning releases from the last three decades, focusing primarily on material from South Korea, Japan, and China now available with English subtitles.

Youmetv
Circle: Two Worlds Connected Is Must-See Sci-Fi

The best science fiction marries emotion with speculation. South Korean TV series Circle: Two Worlds Connected taps into one of humanity's basic fears; that science will tamper with the parameters of personality. An uncomfortable relationship between tech, emotions, and memory is a popular trope in science fiction.

Instagram
2020
KPop Music Video Reviews

Tribute to the breathtaking visual art of KPop covering styling, set design, and cinematography.

Youmetv
W and its Two Worlds

Global sci-fi fans should tune in and check out new TV series W-Two Worlds. Storytelling genres like science fiction, speculative fiction, and slipstream fiction can cross language and cultural barriers: exploring meta concepts, wild ideas, and out-there possibilities in engaging, intelligent, and emotive ways.

Fiction and Publishing

Amazon
This Connect: Short Story Collection

Set in various versions of the future, these short stories examine emotions and connections in changing worlds. A clone with body hacking, befriended by a woman on the genetic blacklist. Bio-engineered plant tattoos, veterans and griefbots. A city living on sound. Artists who graffiti online usin...

Wattpad
2019
Saving Beauty

What if falling asleep made Sleeping Beauty powerful? And what if she's the one saving the kingdom? On her seventeenth birthday Princess Ava discovers she's a...

Gillianewriter
Thoughts On Writing

Whatever the genre, whatever the word count, an awareness of emotional intelligence can help a writer transform narrative constructs into characters. Remember three things when writing: people are flawed, people have baggage, and people can surprise you.

Amazon
Otherplace (The Place Series Book 1)

The One says all Placeless must Fade. Citizens of Otherplace who don't know where they belong have three choices: hide, run, or Fade from existence. With Place Police sweeping the Dome, Hellen and her brother Hop are forced to take refuge at Desperachen Manor.

Amazon
2014
Sound

Tagline: Music is life. Literally, in the city of Sound. (Speculative fiction novel, US English.)

Gillianewriter
If The Walls Could Talk

My house is full of story walls. In today's time-sensitive world, making a point form version of the story you can hold and pin on a bl...

Thoughts On Writing
So What Did I Listen To While Writing Sound?

Note: This blog was first published online September 20th, 2014. Sound (by Gil Liane)is available on Amazon Kindle. I love being enveloped in music, especially when working on my stories. Often I listen before I begin writing, to get my mind in the right place.

Hijacked #4
2005
Love

Poetry contribution.

Gillianewriter
The Allure Of The Unreliable Narrator (& Why I Couldn't Resist)

Everyone has a moment when the world breaks. At its core, life is about perception. Veils lift, and an accepted truth transforms into nothing more than illusion. Those times are chaotic, even brutal, but in a way, freeing. Fiction-wise, a truly great unreliable narrator evokes a similar sensation in the reader.

Amazon
2006
Optimate

Tagline: Rebellion has a time limit, a price tag, and a purpose. (New Adult novel, US English.)

Scriptwriting and Production Text

Youmetv
Six Pilots To Pitch aka You Wanna Watch This?

On her 17 The concept: th birthday Princess Ava discovers she's a Dreamer. The ability to manipulate the dreamscape threatens the power of the High Queen, and all Dreamers are sentenced to death. People begin to hear one voice, and see an "imaginary friend". Most think they're going crazy.

Savingbeautypilot
2017
Saving Beauty

Saving Beauty is a one hour TV drama. Here are Acts 1 and 2 of the pilot episode script. A new take on Sleeping Beauty, with a teenage female protagonist.

Opposite Love Feature Film Script
Opposite Love

Logline: Marked by grief, a woman tries to figure out how she feels about the polar opposite men in her life-two in the real world, two in her dreams, and the two who haunt her for very different reasons.

business and tech

Best Practice
2018
Expansion With A Smile

A look at the partnership behind Ethos Orthodontics and their expansion into China.

Oxygen Ventures
06/15/2015
Judging The Big Pitch

The final of The Big Pitch 2015 sees five true tech entrepreneurs pitch live to a panel of judges, and with up to $5 million in funding on the line, the pressure is on.

Music, Cinema and the arts

David Collins Photography
2019
Your Dead Gods Loved You

Provided foreword to the fine art photography showcase publication by David Charles Collins.

Broadsheet
Slaying the Monster Within

Does life make you want to hit something? Love Thy Monster, the new work from British writer Joe Sellman-Leava, is a solo play addressing the topics of anger, violence, and the complicated construct of modern masculinity.

X-Press Magazine
2016
Hense The Talent

Interview with American urban artist Alex Brewer aka Hense.

Scoop Magazine
2106
Comedy

Guide to local stand-up comedy events.

theMusic
Arts Focus: Sculpture By The Sea

Interview with 20-year-old ECU student, Aliesha Mafrici, about her involvement in this year's Sculpture by the Sea exhibition.

Scoop Magazine
2016
Film

Guide to local film events.

Broadsheet
2016
Believe in Fait

Higgins is a multi-instrumentalist better known by her stage name, Fait. Her music is an occasionally ethereal, melodic, post-rock journey

X-Press Magazine
2016
James Taylor

Interview with debut playwright James Taylor regarding his play Hobo, as part of the Perth Fringe Festival 2016.

theMusic
2015
From Afar On A Hill

Safe to say immigration and privilege are two dominant themes in From Afar On A Hill. Director and choreographer Bianca Martin expands on how she channeled emotional and intellectual reactions to the refugee crisis, cultural concepts of entitlement, modern interpretations and understandings of the immigration process, and the challenging concept of collective responsibility into a multifaceted interactive performance.

Perth Guide Magazine
2015
What's On: Film

Schedule of upcoming film-focused events in Western Australia.

X-press Magazine - Entertainment in Perth
ESPACE D'ART Elana Rosa

Art has always been a passion of mine," says Elana Rosa, creator of Espace D'Art, an online gallery showcasing the work of an eclectic group of talented artists. A known supporter of the arts, the evolution of an online "space" seems the logical step for Rosa.

X-Press Magazine
2015
Graham Miller

The latest artist to be celebrated in the Art Gallery of Western Australia's WA Focus Showcase is photographer Graham Miller.

Spook Magazine (Accepted, not posted)
West Is Best

These five fresh WA acts prove the faraway state continues to offer up incredible music makers.

X-Press Magazine
2015
The Cockatoos

Interview with Andrew Hale, adapter of Patrick White's short story The Cockatoos for the stage.

Youmetv
2014
A Long Time Ago, You Used To Be Small Screen

Let's face it, you'd have to have been living on Mars (haha!) to have not heard about the now-defunct tv show that raised 5.7 million dollars on Kickstarter for a follow-up movie. I'm not going to bore anyone with backstory, or exposition.

Black Magazine(NZ)
2007
Frozen In Perth

Interview with Australian band Snowman.

Nylon Magazine (AUS)
2006
Lovin' And Learnin'

Commissioned profile of band Moscow Schoolboy, before publication ceased printing.

Oyster Magazine
2001
neomu

Profile on Perth-born illustrator Deanne Cheuk.

mu Magazine
2001
Paul McGuigan

Interview with first time feature director Paul McGuigan.

mu Magazine
1999
Reviews

Assorted music reviews.

POP CULTURE, TRENDS AND OPINIONS

X-Press Magazine
2016
POTUS Fever

Whether it's #imwithher or #feelthebern, the US of A's election process has enthralled Australia.

Spook Magazine
2015
We Need To Talk About Harry

Becoming a fan of a musician while disliking the music they release is a weirdly unsettling phenomenon.

X-Press Magazine
2015
Bearded Follies

Fashionable facial grooming is getting a little hairy.

Youmetv
50 Reasons To Watch Pretty Little Liars

Pretty Little Liars is so much more than a teen show. The best three word description would be meta, meta, META. I watch a lot of television because I'm working on a pilot script, and PLL is one show that teaches you a hell of a lot about entertaining storytelling.

Soup Magazine
1999
Advertise!

Opinion piece on the prevalence of the colour red in advertising.

Youmetv
2015
What Spock Taught Me About Life: In Memory Of Leonard Nimoy

People love to denounce TV as mind-numbing garbage, but we watched everything, and were better people for it. Fellini films, Western classics, kung fu movies, Hollywood musicals, endless sitcoms, and constant cartoons. If there was a storyline, we were in, and it was rare for anyone to watch TV alone.

X-Press Magazine
2015
FKA Twigs

Why She's Fashion's New Darling

West Australian Newspaper (Style Section)
2012
Vampire Is The New Black

Twilight-inspired beauty and fashion have taken over the world.

Fashion

X-Press Magazine
2015
2015 A Fashion Odyssey

The relationship between science fiction cinema and runway trends is a complex one.

Perth Guide Magazine
2015
What's On: Shopping

Fashion designer interviews and store profiles in Western Australia.

X-Press Magazine
2015
DYSPNEA Rachel Motteram

Looking for the perfect party ensemble to bedazzle a crowd? Want to invest in a show-stopping piece from an up and coming label?

X-Press Magazine
2015
Designer Profile: Jomay Cao

If Gossip Girl were still in production, it would be no surprise to see West Australian designer Jomay Cao's designs on Serena, Blair, Lily or any of Manhattan's elite.

West Australian Newspaper (U Section)
2005
Clicking With The Fashion Set

From Perth to the catwalk capitals of the world and the gritty streets of Milan—one woman's photographic odyssey.

West Australian Newspaper (General News)
2004
Mini Cooper Fashion Road Show

Wayne Cooper will return to Perth to showcase his retro-inspired spring-summer collection.

Nylon Magazine(AU)
2006
Royal Flush

Profile of fashion label One Fell Swoop.

Curve Magazine
2005
Joveeba

Profile of Australian fashion designer Alison Cotton.

Food and Drink

X-Press Magazine
2016
Night Noodle Markets

The Night Noodle Markets are back and the city's foodies are enjoying the taste explosion.

X-Press Magazine
2015
ART'S Mealtime In Mosman Park

Buzz about Art's in Mosman Park—on the terrace of the Memorial Hall building many know as Camelot—is growing, especially among foodies.

theMusic
06/18/2014
Winter Warmers: Cocktail Masterclass

Wolf Lane bar manager Murray Walsh gives us the lowdown on the cocktail scene ahead of their Winter Warmers: Cocktail Masterclass event. Before we start, maybe Walsh could explain what qualifies as a cocktail? "Originally a cocktail was defined as a combination of alcohol, sugar, bitters, and water.

X-Press Magazine
2015
Sip This

Local mixsters give us the lowdown on standout summer cocktails.

theMusic
06/18/2014
Perth Good Food And Wine Show

If you're a fan of MasterChef Australia series two winner Adam Liaw (host of Destination Flavour on SBS), you might want to catch the popular cook at the Perth Good Food & Wine Show this weekend.

Lifestyle

West Australian Newspaper (Mind and Body Section)
2012
Become A Beach Bombshell

Want to look smokin' hot this summer? We talk to the two-piece experts.

West Australian Newspaper (Mind and Body Section)
2012
Take A Break

Going on holidays is more important than you think.

Yahoo
Texture the trend for nails

How do you wear your nails - short and bright? Long and understated? Nails have become just as much an indication of your "look" as the clothes you wear and how you style your hair and make-up. So what are the trends in nails for 2013? In a word - contrast.

Thewest
Sizzling hot

By the time January rolls around many of us are feeling truly toxic after weeks of parties, overeating and generally burning the candle at both ends. So it's no wonder that detoxifying treatments are in demand at this time of the year.

Thewest
Fashion cleanse

Need to update your wardrobe but unsure what to throw and what to stow? A stylist can help you ditch the daggy, understand what clothes best suit you and even take you shopping for a flattering wardrobe that will make you feel amazing. Better still, it need not break the bank.

West Australian Newspaper (Mind and Body section)
2013
Body Contouring

Not quite happy with your shape? A look at the latest in contouring.

West Australian Newspaper (Mind and Body Section)
2013
Colour Me

We're on the countdown to spring—so why not inject some fresh new colour into your locks?

The West Australian Newspaper (U Section)
2004
Call Collect

Obsession, passion or investment? A look at why people collect everything from stamps to vintage cars.

West Australian Newspaper (U Section)
2005
Steps To A Perfect New Year's Kiss

Feature offering handy hints to hopefully see your New Year's Eve celebrations sealed with a kiss.

RETAIL PROFILE

X-Press Magazine
2015
Remedy To The Rush

A wander through these stores is both a soothing, and reinvigorating, retail experience.

X-Press Magazine
2015
Bluebird Vintage

Lovers of retro finds will be familiar with the gem that is Bluebird Vintage.

X-Press Magazine
2015
BHALO Fair Trade Fashion

In Banghali the word bhalo means good. It's also the name of a growing womenswear brand, started by Jessica Priemus and Shimul Minhas in 2009, who met while working at a charity in Bangladesh.

X-Press Magazine
2015
Behind The Monkey

This July will see the eighth anniversary of retail store Behind The Monkey in Highgate, a well known go-to for eclectic pieces.

INTERIORS

West Australian Newspaper (Habitat Section)
2007
Art On A Budget

Feature looking at cafes and restaurants providing artists with exposure.

ECO AND ETHICAL LIVING

Yahoo
Is coconut good for you?

Coconut is getting a great rap lately. Whether ingested or applied topically, it would seem there are myriad benefits to be gained from this humble drupe. You'll often see coconut milk and coconut oil incorporated into skin and hair care products.

West Australian Newspaper (Mind and Body Section)
2012
Focus On: Sea Care

It's World Ocean Day tomorrow so why not take the time to see if you can make your skincare and beauty routine ocean-friendly?

West Australian Newspaper (Mind and Body Section)
2009
Focus On: Eco Edge

Weekly column with changing themes.

Bridal

Yahoo
The latest nuptial looks

Just like in mainstream fashion, bridal trends change each season - what was so popular last wedding season may not be now. The style, cut, embellishments and colour are just some of the dilemmas for brides. And that's just the gown. Let's break down the latest bridal trends: What gowns are brides currently leaning towards?

The West Australian Newspaper (Mind and Body Section)
2013
Wedded Bliss

Spring heralds a new wedding season.

The West Australian (Mind and Body Section)
2012
Perfect Start

Get the lowdown on skin preparation for your big day.

Studio Bride Magazine
2006
Very Vera

Why Vera Wang is one of the biggest names in the bridal biz.

West Australian Newspaper (Mind and Body Section)
2013
Beautiful Bride

All brides want to look their absolute best on their wedding day but the make-up artist behind one of this year's biggest celebrity weddings says the trick is to keep it real. Gone are the days of caked-on make-up - today's bride is fresh and natural, according to leading make-up artist Liz Kelsh.

Beauty

X-Press Magazine
2015
Getting Mouthy

In the words of Kesha, "Red lipstick works like magic". Instagram, beauty vloggers, and Vimeo have made fabulously painted lips an enviable accessory. In the era of the never-ending pout, lips have their own fashion scene; they're always on the look out for the perfect coat.

X-Press Magazine
2016
Skin Pick-Me-Ups

Did the recent run of heatwaves and humidity mess with your face and body complexion?

Yahoo
10/23/2012
Time to shape up

Changes to your body shape during the winter months are easier to ignore under layers of clothing but once you start stripping off for the warmer season you could be in for a few unpleasant surprises. Now is a good time to check out some of the treatments available to help you regain the body shape you prefer.

Yahoo
The art of applying false lashes

The link between cinema and the fake eyelash is long and illustrious. Black and white cinema was the reputed breeding ground for the false lash, which helped to accentuate an actress' eyes to doll-like proportions. Over the years, fake lashes have been worn to spectacular effect, especially by celebrities on and off the screen.

West Australia Newspaper (Mind and Body Section)
2013
Fresh And Natural

Look divine on your wedding day with the latest in bridal beauty.

Yahoo
03/27/2013
Who doesn't want to tackle ageing?

If your neck, decolletage and back of the hands are giving away your age, intradermal rehydration may be worth considering. "This treatment can be suitable for anyone over 30 who has noticed a deterioration in their skin quality or turgor, with the visible signs being an overall volume loss and some fine crepey lines appearing," says Cutanius Cometic Medical Clinic in West Leederville cosmetic physician, Glenn Liew.

Yahoo
11/25/2010
Smoke gets in your eyes

What happens to fans of the smoky- eyed winter beauty approach when the hot Australian summer rolls around? Gentle hues for cheeks and lips are de rigueur for summer, but it is still possible to do a modified approach to the smoky eye in the warmer months.

WestAustralian Newspaper (Style Section)
2010
The Craft Of Kiehl's

Profile on the international skincare brand's expansion into Perth.

Yahoo
WA beauties take on the big guns

Frustrated by mainstream cosmetics brands, home-grown cosmetics businesses are finding a foothold in the competitive mineral make-up market. Whether it's due to concerns about chemicals or annoyance that international brands don't cater for the hot and dry Australian climate, a posse of WA make-up brands is emerging.

West Australian Newspaper (Mind and Body Section)
2013
Trends In Hair

Report on the hottest hair looks for 2013.

West Australian Newspaper (U Section)
2009
Top 50 Beauty Products

Guide to the Top 50 beauty products you can't live without.

Candy Magazine
2011
More Than Skin Deep

A number of spa treatments are reaching beyond the physical and striving for wellness by celebrating a fusion of mind, body, and spirit.

Fitness

Enjoy The Ride website (Road Safety Council Initiative)
2011
Defensive Fitness

Online feature focusing on benefits of Tai Chi.

West Australian Newspaper (Mind and Body Section)
2012
Gear Up To Fitness

If you wear sportswear most days are you more active?

real estate

X-Press Magazine
2014
Sustainable Living

Sustainable, environmentally friendly living has become a significant part of the renting, buying and building market.

travel and tourism

Scoop Traveller Magazine
2014
Gliding

Guide to gliding opportunities in Western Australia.

Scoop Traveller Magazine
2014
Horseriding

Guide to Horseriding opportunities in Western Australia.

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