I co-founded Lost At E Minor in 2005 and run Conversant Media.
Angus Stone strolled onto the stage in Newcastle, NSW, on the second stop of his Broken Brights Australian Tour. He reached the pocket of the stage, lights deliberately cast from … Read more
It just seems crazy that we can send a mission to Mars yet across the entire dial our cars are still planting rubber on bitumen. Surely we can find a … Read more
Segways are so 2000s. While undisputably an amazing invention, they’re not exactly office friendly and their street cred is somewhat lacking. (Ahh, the street. That would be the place Segways … Read more
Wooden Chair is the stunning lead song from Angus Stone’s debut album as a solo-act, following the recent parting of ways with his sister, Julia Stone.
I don’t think there’s a genuine technology company that doesn’t do a good beanbag in the office. It’s like tea and milk: creative geeks with computers need something comfy to … Read more
The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart, Tasmania, has been on the Lost At E Minor radar for some time. So we were delighted to be invited … Read more
The city of Wellington is emerging as a genuine global city full of culture, design and lashings of cool. And a shining light in this city is the boutique hotel, … Read more
Sitting on the edges of electric Kings Cross and genteel Rushcutters Bay, the Vibe Hotel Rushcutters is the ideal hotel from which to base yourself while in Sydney. Vibe, as … Read more
For the uninitiated, Byron Bay is one of Australia’s finest regions for food, beach and culture. The Byron at Byron distills the region’s unique mix into a compelling and utterly … Read more
The Adina hotel in Sydney’s Surry Hills is perfectly positioned to capture the vivid nightlife that springs to life each evening in the city’s most edgy and interesting suburb.