With a penchant for sustainable design and communication, Judy is inspired by the great outdoors. What do you do: Journalist with background in major newspaper experience (SMH, The Australian, The Sun-Herald) and television producing who is now focusing on sustainability and communications. On-going post-graduate work with University of Technology’s Institute for Sustainable Futures. Favourite […]
September 6th, 2010
With a penchant for sustainable design and communication, Judy is inspired by the great outdoors.
What do you do: Journalist with background in major newspaper experience (SMH, The Australian, The Sun-Herald) and television producing who is now focusing on sustainability and communications. On-going post-graduate work with University of Technology’s Institute for Sustainable Futures.
Favourite designer: Those who are embracing sustainable values and who are not contributing to the plastic soup in the Pacific Ocean.
Favourite design destination: The nature in our backyards.
Inspiration: As above.
Work in progress: Ideas as objects.
Other areas of interest: Native gardens, sustainable food and sustainable children.
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