Lives in Colour | Helen Radden
Individual relationships with colour are as many and varied as hues on the spectrum. Telling stories about colour, however, unites us in a universal appreciation of the integral role colour plays in all our lives, the way it shapes our memories, affects our moods and heightens our experiences. Lives in Colour is a collection of honest tales told by a diverse group of creative individuals about the way colour weaves its thread through their professional and personal endeavours. Profiled identities include chefs, designers, scientists, entrepreneurs, farmers, artists and authors: Nellie Ryan, Cameron McKenzie, Linda Bull, Isamu Sawa, Nina Norden, Rick Eckersley, Suzie Stanford, Jochen Brocks, Shyamla Eswaran, Joost Bakker, Kate Ballis, Kez Hughes, David Quirk, Emma Abrahams, Lyndall Mitchell, Buddy King, Mardi Doherty, Philip Stokes, Clare Cousins, David Roberts-Thomson, Sophie Kovic, Ingrid Fetell Lee, Benjamin Fountain, Simone Haag, Ronit Robbaz-Franco, David Coles, Jacinta Demetriou, Nick and Renee Garnham, Tricia Welsh and Alison Kubler.