Daniel Smith (YG 2017) and Nick Smith (YG 2015)
Congratulations to Daniel (YG 2017) and Nick (YG 2015) Smith on the success for their venture Fluid Imagery.
Fluid Imagery is a video production and photography company based in Blackburn. We capture ideas that are given to us, developing them with the client into stories that we tell through video. Our passion for creating and sharing ideas shows through our work.
We personally sit down with you and discuss a plan for your content, a collaboration that results in the best possible outcome for your vision.
We see ourselves as an extension of your marketing team, creating video and photography for your online marketing campaigns. We use creative content to showcase your brand, record staff and/or customer testimonials and short-form documentaries to tell the story behind your business.
We create content that flows.
Feel free to get in contact anytime at email@example.com or call 0430 404 724 to arrange a personal discussion about YOUR exact needs.
Bridgette Kenna (YG 2014)
Congratulations to Bridgette Kenna (YG 2014) on the recent launch of her swimwear brand, BMK. Inspired by the relaxed Balinese lifestyle and iconic coastal Australian landscape, BMK was designed as your summer time essential. The celebration of all body types is at the core of BMK, with an emphasis on fit and functionality of all garments produced. BMK is proud to offer sizes 6-14. BMK encompasses versatile yet considered fashion. Using recycled Italian fabric ensures quality pieces that are environmentally conscious and sustainable.
Alicia Cornwell (YG 1981)
Congratulations to alumna Alicia Cornwell (YG 1981) on her current exhibition at Wyreena Community Arts Centre in Croydon. Alicia is a local artist specialising in oil painting – particularly contemporary realism. Her work demonstrates a love of vintage and florals with an eye for detail and an appreciation for the depth of glazes. Alicia paints items that catch her eye, incorporating the beauty of both natural and man-made design. She incorporates things of old which are offset by the colour and light of nature from her mountain garden. Nothing makes Alicia happier than exploring the colours of a flower with her paint brush and matching her antique and vintage collections together.
View Alicia Cornwell’s exhibition from now until the Saturday 25 January 2020 at the Wyreena Community Arts Centre, Arts Lounge, at 13-23 Hull Road, Croydon. Find out more here: http://www.maroondah.vic.gov.au/…/Ev…/Arts-Lounge-Exhibition
Photo credit: Tumbling Native Bouquet, Alicia Cornwell – http://www.maroondah.vic.gov.au/…/Ev…/Arts-Lounge-Exhibition
Mary Tonkin (YG 1991)
The Tintern Grammar community send their congratulations to acclaimed artist alumna Mary Tonkin (YG 1991) for her recent exhibition ‘Ramble’ at Australian Galleries.
Mary is a landscape artist and her exhibition ‘Ramble’ Kalorama 2017-19 is the culmination of more than ten years of drawing and painting of her beloved bush.
HOOPLA, KALORAMA 2018
oil on linen, 3 panels, 75cm x 278cm, AG309274
Scotty James (YG 2013)
Congratulations to alumnus Scotty James (YG 2013) who has been awarded the prestigious Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) Award of Excellence for a second consecutive year.
A very worthy winner, this caps off a stellar year on the international halfpipe circuit for Scotty, following his third consecutive FIS World Championship title, as well as victories at the X Games, Dew Tour, US Grand Prix, LAAX Open and US Open.
Well done, Scotty!
Natasha Paige (YG 2010)
Congratulations to alumna Natasha Paige (YG 2010) who was recently admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria as an Australian Lawyer.
Natasha is currently enjoying her time at TurksLegal in the Graduate rotation program and is learning new and valuable skills every day.
Well done, Natasha! This is an outstanding achievement.
Photo credit: Natasha Paige LinkedIn
Dr Vera Korasidis (YG 2010)
Congratulations to alumna Dr Vera Korasidis (YG 2010) who is off to do a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Smithsonian Institution’s Department of Paleobiology!
As a recipient of a Smithsonian Institution Postdoctoral Fellowship Award and a Peter Buck Postdoctoral Fellowship Award, Vera will spend the next two years at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC, where her research will involve using fossil plants, such as fossilized spores and pollen, to develop our understanding of the evolution of the Earth’s climate through time.
The Smithsonian Institution is the world’s largest museum, education, and research complex, with 19 museums and the National Zoo—shaping the future by preserving our heritage, discovering new knowledge, and sharing our resources with the world. The Institution was founded in 1846 with funds from the Englishman James Smithson (1765–1829) according to his wishes “under the name of the Smithsonian Institution, an establishment for the increase and diffusion of knowledge.”
Alan White (YG 2008)
Congratulations to alumnus Alan White (YG 2008) who has been awarded GiveEasy and Ernst & Young’s Innovation for Impact Award for the INNOVATIVE FUNDRAISER: Initiative in Fundraising category. This is an extremely well-deserved acknowledgment of the incredible work you are doing at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.
Alex Zaccaria (YG 2006)
Congratulations to alumnus Alex Zaccaria (YG 2006) who is kicking goals as one of the founders of social media start-up Linktree!
Linktree is a free tool for optimising a brand’s internet and social traffic. One link, multiple destinations.
Alex, along with his brother Anthony and their colleague Nick, created Linktree three years ago and now have three million users. Well done to all involved!
Crystal Kimber (YG 2007)
Congratulations to alumna Crystal Kimber (YG 2007) who was the Myer Fashions on the Field Ambassador for 2019!
With a wealth of experience and knowledge, having entered the event since she was 16 years old and taking home the National title on Oaks Day in 2017, Crystal is a wonderful appointment!
Photos Credit: https://www.facebook.com/seekimber/
Cheryl Batagol PSM (YG 1970)
Ahead of this week’s Green Week, we welcomed alumna Cheryl Batagol PSM (YG 1970), Chair of the Environment Protection Authority and 2019 Avenue of Excellence inductee, to campus yesterday.
Cheryl met with the VCE Outdoor and Environmental Studies class sharing her wealth of knowledge and experiences in line with their current studies. She also spoke to students and staff at a lunchtime presentation, where she drew their attention to the UN Sustainable Development Goals and asked them to be mindful of how each individual can impact change no matter how small.
A big thank you to Cheryl for visiting us. We very much appreciate her taking the time to provide our students with this valuable learning experience.
To learn more about Cheryl, visit our Avenue of Excellence web page: www.tintern.vic.edu.au/community/avenue-of-excellence
Anthea Li (YG 2004)
Anthea Li (YG 2004) and her fiancé Kenny recently visited Tintern travelling from Singapore. Anthea bordered at Tintern for four years and has very fond memories of her time here, which she wanted to revisit and share with Kenny.