With three published books to his name already, Tom Pahlow’s journey to become an author has only just begun.
In an age when companies around the world pay huge lip service to doing something positive, it’s a welcome relief to see one that does things properly. Newcastle-based Guts Creative is a living example that doing good can be good for business.
The Roost often helps Newcastle feel like home for our international members. For English-born graphic designer Lisa Halliwell, the strong community feel in the co-working space was a huge draw.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Roost Creative celebrates Chief Administrative Officer Nicole Sciacca with new role
NEWCASTLE EAST, NSW: On Wednesday February 10, The Roost Creative recognises the ongoing hard work of administrative assistant Nicola Sciacca with a promotion to Chief Administrative Officer.
Illustrator and artist Ben Mitchell is one of our longest serving Roosters (and self-appointed Roost Legacy Officer), though it appears he’s still got plenty of ideas for how to give back to his creative community.
For Myf Garven, who celebrated her first anniversary as a Rooster this November, freelance life is about having the freedom to learn and to explore new disciplines.
The Roost is proud to announce the launch of our creative scholarship for 2020.
Started in 2019, the scholarship has grown in size, value and prestige for this year. One local emerging creative will be given an amazing opportunity to get their ideas on track with a package worth more than $7000.
2019 sees Michael Hearne, founder of Blackfish Graphic Design, celebrate his 11th year of self-employment in Newcastle. A member of The Roost since 2016, Michael has seen his business grow in leaps and bounds since starting.
As Roost president and full-time freelancer, Andy Jones has a busy life. His journey, however hectic, has been positive and his recent professional rebranding is a testament to how far he’s come.