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  • Writer's pictureMaria Tran

Two Months Down Under: A Journey of Creative Collaboration

My two months in Australia have been an absolute whirlwind of activity. It's been a rollercoaster of shoots, table readings, events, and creative gatherings that have kept me on my toes from day one.


Quyen Chung, Adam McPhilbin, Therese Chen, Thuy Nguyen, Maria Tran, Andrew Nguyen, Sonny Yng and Jack Ngu

One thing that has stood out during this time is the incredible sense of camaraderie among the Phoenix Eyers. These individuals are not just talented; they are champions in their own right. And when we come together, we become a formidable force to be reckoned with.

We often refer to ourselves as "creative misfits," and it's a badge we wear proudly.

We understand that it's not solely about individual talent; it's about how we collaborate as a team. It's about sharing a common vision that extends far beyond our individual ambitions.

One special place that has become our creative hub is the cozy sunroom at the back of a suburban house in Fairfield.


This unassuming space has witnessed countless meet-ups, gatherings, shoots, and creative experiments. It's where the magic happens, where film edits come to life, and where our collective creativity flourishes.


Despite the occasional flash flooding that has added a touch of drama to our creative sessions, this sunroom has become a sacred space for us. It's where ideas are born, dreams take shape, and friendships deepen.


As I reflect on these past two months, I am filled with gratitude for the incredible journey and the talented individuals who have become both collaborators and friends. It's a reminder that creativity knows no bounds and that when passionate individuals come together, they can achieve something truly extraordinary.


So, here's to more adventures, more creative endeavors, and more shared moments in this little sunroom that holds so many memories. It's a testament to the power of teamwork and the boundless potential of collective creativity.

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