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I spent the Easter break at a farm in Scone near to where my dad grew up. One night we had the biggest bonfire ever. It was at least 6 metres tall. After letting it burn for 3 hours we came back to a much smaller, but still roaring fire.…

It’s Official! The David Warren Building Opens

Today on a beautiful day in Canberra, Tuesday the 25th March, 2014, Dr David Warren was recognised by the Canberra Airport! It was so fulfilling seeing the first recognition of David Warren in our nations capital, Canberra. Thank you Stephen Bryon for taking this step and I liked your speech…

Happy Birthday David Warren

Yesterday was Dr David Warren’s birthday. He was born on the 20 March 1925, so he would have been 89 if he was alive today. He would be very concerned about the still unresolved Malaysia Airlines MH370 as it enters its third week without answers. On the other hand I…

Wi-Fi – Behind the scenes #VideoMaking

I have had some emails asking me how I made my latest Wi-Fi video. Making this video was definitely challenging and fun and much less work and stress than my last David Warren Black Box video. I wanted to make it shorter and more interesting, with great cutaways and tell the Wi-Fi…

Exciting news: Canberra Airport gets the “David Warren Complex”

I am so happy to tell you about some exciting news… And no, it is not Australia winning a Gold medal at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. For those who have been asking for an update, thank you for your patience. I was travelling home from my new school…

Video: The End – My closing speech as 2013 Claremont College, Girl School Captain

2013 was an amazing year for me. I was blessed with so many opportunities from a great school and great teachers. Along with my fellow students, we learnt, laughed and grew. As the girl School Captain, I was proud to be able to lead Claremont College, alongside with super sporty…

Video: Wi-Fi – An invention that has changed the world

My video is about the Australian inventors of Wi-Fi and their legal struggle against the IT giants of the world. Apple, Microsoft, Dell, Intel, HP, Toshiba, Netgear, ASUS, Fujitsu, Nintendo and more. I included part of my interviews with the Wi-Fi inventors, Dr John O’Sullivan and Dr Terry Percival. This…

Video: Top 5 Most Evil People to Ever Live

I made this video for a school assignment last term. Unfortunately I was not allowed to show it to my year 6 class mates. I think my teacher gave it an R rating :-). Next time I will keep to a G. School this year has been great. I have…

Poem: From Despair…

I have entered my second poem contest called ‘Sydney Youth Writing Competition‘. There is only one primary rule. You need to include one of these words: Light, Fly or Creek. Last year I entered a poem called ‘In the Ocean’s arms‘  and although it was only my first writing competition, I…

Photography: A reflection on my Favourite Cameras

While producing my first photography album “Droplets of Life” I have learnt more than I expected about cameras and what they can achieve. Your best photos don’t always come from the most expensive cameras. I used five cameras and it became somewhat confusing trying to collect all the photos. I…

Send a tweet to your local Member of Parliament

For my Year 6 homework I was asked to write a letter to my local member of parliament, about an issue that I care about. I started writing a letter to my local member who is Peter Garrett AM MP. I told my mum that I had found out that…

My First Photography Album “Droplets of Life”

I am thrilled to have completed my first photography album “Droplets of Life”. This has been a lot of hard work, but I am happy with the end result.

Photography is the art of capturing a moment with a camera. Mastering the camera settings, so it can tell the story of the photo in the best possible way. It is then back at the computer to triage the thousands of photos, to a final few. Finally it is hours toiling at the computer letting your imagination go wild in Photoshop.