Writing

Melbourne’s Public Transport System Rated One Of The Best In Victoria

This is a piece published in satirical publication The Betoota Advocate  on 28 September 2015. I wrote under the name 'Egbert Adrianson'. Read it on their site here. Visitors arriving in Melbourne are amazed by how efficient the public transport system is, with the Victorian capital being praised by the Economist Intelligence Unit for having “The… Continue reading Melbourne’s Public Transport System Rated One Of The Best In Victoria

Writing

For & Against: Gourmet Burgers

This was a comedy debate article that was published in Farrago Edition Six on 1 September 2015. Farrago has been the student magazine of the University of Melbourne since 1925. For: Adrian Yeung While other types of food have been the focus of much creativity and innovation, as evidenced by the invention of Vegemite chocolate and human breastmilk… Continue reading For & Against: Gourmet Burgers

Writing

Carnegie Lemon

This is a feature article that was published in Farrago Edition Three on 24 April 2015. Farrago has been the student magazine of the University of Melbourne since 1925. It’s interesting to see where place names come from. Take my hometown of San Remo, just across from Phillip Island. There's a popular brand of pasta that you can find… Continue reading Carnegie Lemon

Writing

What’s in a Meal?

This is an opinion piece that was published in the mX For What It's Worth section on 2 October 2013. mX was a commuter magazine that had a readership of 671,000 people around Australia, discontinued in June 2015.  I don’t really get what the big deal about food is. Sure, we need it for the… Continue reading What’s in a Meal?

MeTube

The Melbourne Model

A film entered into the Student Union Film Competition at Melbourne University back in 2011, in which I came first place. Basically I'm making fun of the reputation our university has for being pretentious and snobby (and they gave me an award for it?).

MeTube

Bullying… Edward Cullen Says NO!

This is a film I made for a Year 11 Psychology project way back in 2009. I must shamefully admit it was the first and last A+ I ever received. This video is quite old, but still one of my favourites out of all the things I've created, and made me quite nostalgic watching it recently.