Tag: Marketing

Guest ‘Grammers for March are taking over GkJE Galleries’ Instagram accounts : 01 – 31 March

Marea Reed
GkJE 1

Rob Johnston
GkJE 2

Ignacio Rodriguez Mugica
GkJE 3

A huge thank you to February’s ‘Grammers…

Katherine Millard

Stephen Godfrey

Kasia Sobiesiak

Featured Image : © Rob Johnston

Three Guest ‘Grammers have taken over GkJE Galleries’ Instagram accounts.

During February, you can check out work by:


Featured Image : ©
@katarzynasobiesiak

We’ve recently been working with Rickard Vikström on his new venture THETRAY.SHOP, writing and editing web copy, blogs and finessing graphic design elements.

The first collection from THETRAY.SHOP will be on show at The Big Design Market in Sydney 25-27 November.

Working with his family, as well as several Swedish businesses and designers, Rickard is bringing bespoke, hand-made Scandinavian trays to Australia, all the way from The Artic Circle.

 

As part of the Sydney Rides Festival, Canvas Bar is showing an exhibition of amateur photography by some of Sydney’s cyclists : 04 –23 October. (more…)

Astrid has an international name in photography and brings her aesthetic as a graphic designer to GkJE.

Living in The Netherelands, Astrid’s a multi-faceted collaborator, working as a producer of Dutch photography exhibitions, and organising shows in New York, Amsterdam, Leiden and Tokyo.

She’s established successful collaborations with Photoville New York, Fotofestival Naarden, Dupho and International Photo Festival Leiden.

Geoff and Astrid met through 2016’s Head On Photo Festival in Australia, when he curated her show Urbanite, on exhibition at GkJE 1. In her photographic work, Astrid stages scenes that verge on the surreal, and her design work is strongly influenced by her sense of space and place.

Photographically, she positions individuals and objects where they don’t seem to belong, moving the familiar into an unfamiliar landscape, her photographs seem to recontextualise normality.

Her photographic work was been purchased by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and was published by Aesthetica Magazine (UK), New Dawn (NL), Metro New York, De Fotograaf (NL), Artworks Amsterdam, Art Takes Miami, Fonk Magazine (NL), featured by LensCulture and Internationale Kunst Heute 2016 (DE) – English Translation.

An accomplished journalist and editor, Lisa brings vast publishing experience to GkJE.

She’s interviewed countless personalities, written numerous profiles and helped to launch a number of upmarket magazines in Sydney and London, and always aims to get to the heart of a story.

Over the past 25 years Lisa’s covered everything from fashion, sustainable building practices, social media, child care and oyster farming to oncology, cosmetic medicine, luxury spas and travel hotspots.

Accustomed to working with small and professional teams, Lisa specifically brings extensive experience in custom publishing to GkJE.

That experience includes editing a diverse mix of titles, including Symmetry (Subaru) FeelBetter (Medibank Private), The Private Practice Magazine(Fintuition), Welcome Home (HSBC), Source (Qantas), Changing Lives (TAFE Western) and TAILORMADE (Tailored Construction Group).

Lisa continues to contribute to a wide range of print and online publications and – by her own admission – works best under pressure and to tight deadlines. We love that!

Head On Extended is an exhibition of work by 10 photographers courtesy of the Head On Photo Festival.

All three GkJE Galleries will showcase work in the same CBD location at Sydney’s Canvas Bar for the first time:

Exhibitions Open
6-8pm, Thursday 23 June

On Exhibition
23 June – 21 July 2016

GkJE 1
Paris: More from the I Was Out Walking Series

GkJE 2
Selected Landscapes

GkJE 3
Mediterranean Selections

Photographers

Abigail Varney
Chris Bekos
Chris Round
Chloe Paul
George Byrne
Katherine Millard
Meredith Squires
Nick Hannes
Ross Calia
Warren Dawson

Image Cafe Chinois © Katherine Millard, 2012

Rickard was a GkJE client before joining our enterprise. It has been his values and beliefs that see him fit so well into our endeavours:

“I grew up in northern Sweden and worked with my parents in our family business. My approach to life, and subsequently business, is based on three core beliefs I learned from them, and always carry with me:

1. Treat everyone with respect – this is the foundation for mutual respect and success.
2. Take the initiative – if you want something to happen, then make it happen.
3. Solve problems – the problems of any business are yours to solve.”

– Rickard

Rickard is an international marketing and business consultant who has a focus on the customer experience, bonding people with organistaions while simultaneously streamlining processes.

He’s known for leading, developing and revising fundraising platforms for charitable organisations at both international and national levels. He’s worked on global expansion strategies, as well as developing and implementing global donation systems.

His career to date includes work with The United Nations, UNICEF, The Fred Hollows Foundation, Camp Quality and CanTeen to name a few. his work has taken him around the world; from Sweden to Australia, Switzerland, India and Thailand.

Linda is a Sydney-based photographer who has exhibited work with GkJE and joined as our ‘photographer at large.’

Over the past 17 years Linda’s worked with a diverse range of people and organisations, with her commercial work covering portraits, events and products.

Linda has won various awards, including a 2016 Silver Distinction in the Non-Comissioned Portrait Category in the AIPP Epsom State Awards.

She’s an amazing supporter of Pets in the Park and continues to be inspired by her involvement in industry exhibitions and work with individuals, bringing their personalities to life on camera.

Linda’s recently been invited to share her creative portfolio on LensCulture.

GkJE designed and launched the website for the inaugural Double Bay Good Food Week.

An initiative of Woollahra Municipal Council, this week of food, style and more runs 10-16 May and is proudly sponsored by Woolworths Double Bay and The InterContinental Hotel, Sydney Double Bay.