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Ainslie Robinson

A Friend of Fremantle

A certain amount of recent notoriety has surrounded the figure of Mary Ann Friend (captain’s wife), generated in no small part by the acquisition of

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Tse Yin Chang

Lights of Fremantle

One of the things I love most about being a photographer is that it gives me an opportunity to explore my own backyard. And if

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Ainslie Robinson

Piecing it Together

Anyone would be forgiven for thinking that the West End had been declared a quarantine zone since October, 2017.  Bold yellow strips adorn the streets

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Ainslie Robinson

Dancing with Fenians

It’s 1970s Fremantle. To be exact, it’s an array of red brick classrooms with corrugated roofs, and wooden verandas running past solid sliding doors winking

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Hamish Matthews

One Day: One Feeling

Many Faces gathered upon the beach at dawn, the Wayalup region of our land holding millennia of Indigenous history. The sun painted its first light

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Gina Semi

Tia Semi’s Island Runway

  Tia Semi is a 20-year-old emerging fashion designer and model working out of the Old Police Station in Fremantle. Tia is passionate about celebrating

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Daniel Liao

Freo Reflection

photo credit: Steve Doig   Morning already? What time is it? Woke up from the last dream I still had memory of, vaguely I must

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Interview with Figurehead

Figurehead are an emerging Fremantle pop/rock band comprised of four young guys just beginning to make their mark on the independent music scene. The boys

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Non-Vanilla Freo

Is the Freo I see and experience – the one with spilling over cafes, vibrant night markets, wonderful historic building facades juxtaposed with modern interiors,

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