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Talya is a journalist and a professional photographer from Sydney, Australia. She works as a freelance writer and photographer, with a strong belief in vegan lifestyle and a love for food, music and lifestyle.

She is a lover of all animals, dreams of getting a little Border Collie pup soon, and is very excited to be a part of the growing global vegan movement.

You can find Talya over at www.shotbytalz.com or on Instagram @shotbytalz / @talzisme

Sydney vegan market

Sydney Vegan Market Welcomes You Into The Future

Sydney Vegan Market is like vegan heaven on Earth, and this month’s market was the perfect way to start off the new decade; vegan style! Run and curated by Vegan NSW, the Sydney Vegan Market features everything from fresh food and homewares to coffee and fashion. With all things plant based, cruelty-free and vegan, you […]

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Indoor plant collection

5 Easy Tips To Help You Build An Indoor Plant Collection

OK, so I don’t know about anyone else, but my place looks like a jungle right now with all of the indoor and outdoor plants I’ve acquired. Over the past few years, house plants have become a huge trend. This is pretty cool because it means more and more people are using their green thumbs. […]

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Sydney vegan tours

Vegan, Vegetarian or Just Curious? Sydney Vegan Tours Are A Must

Food is one of the most important things in both mine and my family’s life, and it has always been so important for me to eat sustainably and healthily. Whether you are vegan, vegetarian or just curious to see what Sydney has to offer, the Sydney Vegan Tours is the tour to do. Their Glebe […]

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I AM SOMEONE exhibition

Photographer Gary Sheppard Gives A Face To Farm Rescue Animals

I walked into Bondi Pavilion’s Gallery not really knowing what to expect. Knowing the premise of the exhibition, I was scared I might’ve been going to see confronting images of rescued farm animals in ways I wouldn’t want to see them portrayed. Yes, they were confronting, but not in the way you would first think. […]

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