There's something soothing about the smell of welding.
I'm very fortunate to have clients who trust me to fly my team around to create imagery both still and moving. On top of being flexible, thinking on your feet, pushing ourselves to over deliver... There are the small details, and it all comes down to seeing opportunities for our clients. I was sent to Brisbane to document one of their factories, but saw the opportunity to add value - to build up an image library.
Marrel skip bins generally have higher sides than hook skip bins. In most cases they may not require a lot of space, however council permits are still required. We've simplified the process by providing NSW council permits online.
2 of our 3 chandys are up and running! // we have been dancing around with them for the past few months & they are now in they’re final place at @a.schilling.home and I must say they look pretty happy there! 🔅🔆 Follow @a.schilling.home to keep up with the renovation progress on our 1940’s California Bungalow🌲
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This week's project is to sand down this prefinished maple and get it ready for stain. There were some major gaps by the front and back doors that needed slivers cut and glued in. Today the @diamabrush got it's workout taking the prefinished coating and bevelled edges out.
Had my midwife appointment in our new little house today. So surreal to think I’ll be birthing here in a few short weeks (that is if our breech baby decides to turn anytime soon 😌) We have been ridiculously busy these last couple of months and I’m so ready to finally start nesting ✨ #34weeks
Wearing my first ever maternity dress, that is crazy comfortable and will most likely be worn every second day until bub arrives (and long after!) @legoeheritage 🌼.
Just completed the fence on the other side of my house today. Now where is my blow torch? 🔥 Gotta Shou Sugi Ban this one too. I’m sure I’ll be posting an inordinate number of fence photos in the future to highlight some details and how it fits with the landscape. In this section the fence has a grade change from the top of the deck down to the lawn. To accomplish that we mitered corners on each board, so it’s a waterfall effect and every board runs continuously down the entire 50ft fence between the house and the garage. A slight twist on the detail of the other fence in the front yard. Still alternated every other board width. 📐