Aboriginal (Wajarri Yamatji), Dutch & English woman, founded black&white creative in 2011 focused on conscious design, culture, sustainability and creative collaboration. Aiming to promote cultural awareness and critical discourse, B&W creates projects with Aboriginal & non Aboriginal individuals & organisations. Pandanah was born from this initiative.
Nicole has been working in the design industry for over a decade, receiving accolades across many industries including Fashion, Interior design, Art, Set Design, Graphic design, Photography, Stylist, Event Manager & Zine Founder. Proud member of Boomalli co-operative & committee member of NSW art gallery contempo, Nicole sees great value in community participation & involvement.
Cara Mancini Geros
Originally from Maui, Hawaii, work and travel opportunities brought Cara to Sydney in 2004. Having completed a Masters of Fine Arts from CoFA, UNSW and a Graphic Design Diploma from CATC in 2009 her art practice covers a broad spectrum of oil painting, illustration, photography and digital mediums, textile and surface design. PANDANAH is an extension of her passion for the arts, love of our environment and enthusiasm for travel & shared culture. Cara has widely exhibited her art across the USA, South America, Australia and the Pacific.
For more of Cara’s work, visit http://www.caramancini.com