Femi is a graphic designer and artist from Australia who currently resides in sunny Melbourne. After spending numerous years working and living in North America she is back to make a difference in her home country. In between running and cycling for (literally) hours, sipping chai tea over an epic book (currently lost in the depths of Hans Rosling’s ‘Factfulness’). She makes jewellery, experiments with materials and finds different ways to solve problems.

Australia, pasta making, running and cycling.

Saying 'no' sometimes. I am always saying 'yes'.

I received the best advice from a dear friend whilst on a long training run in Lysterfield Lake Park, Victoria. She said: Some people make it to the edge of the cliff, it takes great courage to then make the leap of faith.

I admire my oldest sister Georgina. Who juggles being a mum, sister, daughter, friend etc. She is a physiotherapist at the Austin hospital and deals with a great deal of stroke victims and people with spinal injuries. Assisting in the rehabilitation process. Allowing the patient to regain a productive and independant life.

Pasta making


Birthday's of my family members; lyrics of Prince and Madonna songs, lyrics from the Labyrinth and my mum's coconut slice recipe.

A little game my nonno (grandfather) taught me whilst walking in the bush. You use a particular plant and bend the stem to create a harmless weapon.


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