To create good content you have to live good content.
Beth Kirby, otherwise known as Local Milk, wrote that and it's absolutely perfectly true, don't you think.
This September Beth, together with Luisa Brimble and Rebekka Seale will be coming to Melbourne, to Butterland, to run a two-day, Slow Living workshop exploring creating content through food, florals, photography and textiles.
Oh. My. Goodness!! It's the dream team running a total dream-come-true workshop.
This is the little blurb on their booking site;
During our time together, we will explore the process of living the content you want to create. The first day, we will delve into the natural dye process using local, foraged plants and flowers to brighten rustic kitchen linens, and the second day we will bake wholesome pastries together. Afterward, on both days, we will workshop styling, photography, and visual story telling with the dyed textiles, flowers, baked goods, tea, and coffee. Participants will receive focused, personalized guidance in photography & styling—we will touch on camera basics, building a portfolio, creating a social media presence that resonates, prop sourcing, how to write a pitch & get published, planning photo shoots, post-processing, and more—as well as learn the practical skills of dying, floral arranging, and baking. We will share morning and afternoon teas, lunch each day, and one very special dinner.
I've been given a ticket to the workshop but I really, really would love for some of you guys to come along and sit next to me, it'd make it so much more fun. Let's go together!
Check out Local Milk for even more gorgeous photos and details about The Slow Living Workshop here.
And book your tickets to the Melbourne workshop here.
Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeep!!!!! It's going to be so wonderful, I can hardly wait.
Thanks Beth and Luisa for the photos. x
I hope you get loads done today my friends, our girls are back at school and I've got mountains of stuff to catch up on.