Last week at the National Trust Australia (NSW) Heritage Awards, Lost Collective was awarded highly commended in the multimedia category.
It’s amazing to see the project gaining the attention it has garnered over the last year.
I just wanted to thank everyone support I’ve received. Anyone who follows what I do, It’s all a little overwhelming. I pour my heart and soul into Lost Collective. So it’s always humbling to hear that people can take something away when they look at what I do.
The last year has been an absolute adventure for me and my family. We moved house, Lost Collective was born, I travelled through Japan, and I left my job.
It was a plunge into the unknown with very little idea what my next move is, and so far so good!
But hey, with great risks comes great reward, right?
Why not just take the chance and leave a job that had never truly satisfied me for 17 years. Why not just see if doing what I love works?
I’m looking forward to getting stuck into all the content I need to work through over the next couple of months. Most coming from the recent Japan trip but there is a bit of local stuff in the mix.
Congratulations also to the very deserving dual winners of the multimedia category for the 2016 National Trust Heritage Awards – Sydney Living Museums & Caroline Simpson Library & Research Collection for ‘Recorded for the Future: Documenting NSW Homes
Image Credit: Caroline Simpson Library & Research Collection, Photograph (c) Andrew Frolows, Sydney Living Museums:
So being a draw, kudos are also given to North Sydney Council , Jenssen Design Associates , BrownsLane Productions & SiteSuite Website Design for ‘At Home in North Sydney: An Architectural History of a Locality .