Tim Ross Answers Our Rapid Fire Questions

T Australia put the comedian, presenter and architecture nerd on the spot at the inaugural Visionary Awards.

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TIM ROSS_RAPID FIREThe 2023 Visionary Awards host, comedian and architecture enthusiast Tim Ross.

Behind-the-scenes of the inaugural Visionary Awards, hosted by Polestar in collaboration with T Australia, Ross answered our famous rapid fire questionnaire.

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Behind the Scenes of the 2023 Visionary Awards

Winners, judges, special guests and the T Australia team gathered at the Art Gallery of NSW for the inaugural Visionary Awards.

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Step inside the 2023 Visionary Awards, presented by Polestar in collaboration with T Australia.

On the evening of October 11, T Australia’s editor in chief, Katarina Kroslakova and Polestar Australia’s managing director, Samantha Johnson, welcomed guests at MOD. Dining by Clayton Wells inside the Art Gallery of NSW to celebrate the inaugural Visionary Awards.

Turning the spotlight towards the local disruptors who use their talent and creativity to inspire social and environmental change, the peer-nominated awards recognised winners across eight categories including Arts, Food and Drinks, Travel, Design and Architecture, Fashion, Technology and Beauty. Florist-turned-zero-waste-activist Joost Bakker took home the highly coveted 2023 Disruptor of the Year award at the ceremony hosted by comedian, presenter, and design enthusiast Tim Ross.

Joost Bakker Answers Our Rapid Fire Questions

T Australia put the florist-turned-zero-waste-activist and 2023 Disruptor of the Year on the spot at our inaugural Visionary Awards.

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Joost_Rapid Fire_22023 Disruptor of the Year Joost Bakker. Photography by Myles Klaus.

Inside T Australia’s ‘Journeys’ issue, writer Anthony Ham profiles the 2023 Visionary Awards Disruptor of the Year, Joost Bakker.

Behind-the-scenes of the awards ceremony, hosted at the Art Gallery of NSW, Joost answered T Australia’s famous rapid fire questionnaire.

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Duckie Thot Answers Our Rapid Fire Questions

T Australia put model Duckie Thot on the spot with our rapid fire questions behind-the-scenes of our recent photoshoot.

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DUCKIEDuckie Thot wears Louis Vuitton top and skirt. Photography by Max Doyle.

Inside T Australia’s ‘The Greats’ issue, stylist Virginia van Heythuysen dresses Australian modelling sensation Nyadak “Duckie” Thot in a sculptural take on the season’s goddess look (page 72).

Behind-the-scenes of the photoshoot, Thot answered T Australia’s famous rapid fire questionnaire.

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Behind the Scenes of T Suite: Power

Friends, subscribers, special guests and the T Australia team gathered at Sydney’s Ace Hotel for our first T Suite discussion, centred on the theme of ‘power’.

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Photography by Myles Klaus.

On the evening of October 11, T Australia’s editor in chief, Katarina Kroslakova; musician Holly Rankin (who performs under the moniker Jack River); OzHarvest’s CEO and founder, Ronnie Khan AO; SIR co-founder and creative director, Sophie Coote; and entrepreneur and former CEO of Swisse Wellness, Radek Sali, gathered at Sydney’s Ace Hotel for our inaugural T Suite event and panel discussion.

In celebration of the release of T Australia’s ‘Yes’ issue, featuring cover art by Melbourne artist Vincent Fantauzzo, special guests, subscribers and friends of T sipped on Voyager Estate wines and snacked on Ace Hotel’s Ace Hotel’s appellation oysters, deviled eggs topped with olive oil caviar and cantabrian anchovies, olive and peppers on crostini. The evening was captured below by videographer Christopher Quyen.

Cressida Campbell: Inside the Artist’s Creative Space

Behind-the-scenes of our issue 8 shoot with Cressida Campbell, photographed at the artist’s Sydney-based studio.

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Cressida CampbellPhotography by Nic Walker.

The latest issue of T Australia: The New York Times Style Magazine features a photoshoot and interview with artist Cressida Campbell, on the eve of her landmark retrospective at the National Gallery of Australia.

“Australia has many exotic creatures — the platypus, the echidna, the quokka — but to me, the most unique and fascinating by far is Cressida Campbell. Cressy is a rare breed indeed. Even David Attenborough would have trouble fathoming her many intriguing and charming conundrums,” writes Kathy Lette.

Witnessing an artist in their creative space is nothing short of a privilege. Enjoy this small glimpse into Campbell’s life from when T Australia spent the afternoon with her in July, 2022.

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