At STREAT we’re always looking for creative minds to share their talent and work with us on developing merchandise and material. Here are some of the creative people who have shared their time and expertise with us to work on distinct projects.
James was our first creative collaborator when he worked with us in 2009 to get a bunch of great photos on Melbourne’s streets. He's responsible for the majority of STREAT's images. Have a look at his Free Photography Project which gives personal portraiture services to people who have experienced hardship.
Youthworx is a youth media training studio located in Brunswick. They work with disadvantaged young people and train them in radio and video production. STREAT collaborated with Youthworx to develop our STOP homelessness campaign video.
Michi is a graphic designer who worked with STREAT on a funky little recipe book for our launch party. She is responsible for the photo album below, where the STREAT silhouette is shot all around Melbourne. Michi also designed one of our tshirts. Sweet stuff!
Nik is a sound designer and turntablist and all around sound wiz-kid. He engineered the soundtrack to the STOP homelessness campaign video.
Bec’s known Ed forever – ever since they dreamt up crazy ways of getting 10 year olds interested in slime for CSIRO. Ed’s day job is as an illustrator. And when he’s not drawing he plays double bass with Canberra band The Fuelers, fixes old buses and cars, and likes to watch roller derby. Ed’s just sent us a batch of pics that we’ll introduce you to over the coming months.
We bumped into Kellie (quite literally) when she was photographing street art, a favourite pastime that she's done all around the world. Kellie let us feature her photos to give you a real feel of Melbourne's streets.
Craig's given his time and talent to help us make a visual STREAT manifesto that we used to launch with our STOP homelessness video. Craig must have enjoyed working with us so much that he has come back to give us even more of his time to curate an art exhibition for Home STREAT Home. The art exhibition involved six local artists exploring the theme of 'home'. All artwork will be auctioned with proceeds supporting STREAT's work with homeless youth.
Brent Masters and Mark Harrison
Zilla & Brook’s front woman Fiona Brook is a cultural creative and PR dynamo. Fiona is an experienced journalist, communications & public relations expert. Fiona uses her extensive networks in local and international media to help STREAT gain some serious PR clout.
Lisa is a talented photographer and the person behind the camera of Little Brown Suitcase. Lisa lends her photography prowess to a bunch of STREAT’s creative projects.
If you’re interested in joining the creative collaboration space, please contact us as a volunteer.
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