Last year I reached out to some of my favourite creatives who share a likemindedness to The Society Inc, to borrow their eyes and explore their interpretation of my product range. These fellow aesthetes come from a range of backgrounds & pursuits, from photographers to interior stylists to product designers (some even a mix of all), and I invited them to put their own spin & story into the imagery.
Sarah Glover is the most wonderful blend of adventurer & cook, and spends her time traveling Australia to incredible outdoor settings where she creates feasts over open campfires. She recently renovated a shack by the sea in Tasmanian, which became home to several pieces from my hardware range. We are kindred spirits, with a shared love of handcrafted rafts & driftwood forts flying a pirate flag, dreaming of sailing the imaginary seas! See her Q&A below.
Where do you live? Profession?
Hey I’m Sarah Glover, I’m a born and raised Tasmania girl, who likes to march to the beat of her own drum. I left school at 16 and became a chef, when I was 21 I embarked on a mission to find my passion beyond the island, it took me to Gold Coast, Sydney, New York and back to Tasmania. I failed a few times at different business ventures but I’ve found something that works.
I moved back to Tasmania three years ago and bought a run down old shack on a cliff edge. I write adventure cook books, run an off the grid catering company that takes me traveling around Australia and beyond. I’m a surf addict and a day doesn’t go by that I don’t consume coffee.
Favourite space, room, or place
My outdoor kitchen, and the ocean.
I like autumn, it starts to cool off a little, the sun is still warm and you’re happy from the residue of summer.
Last book you read, or podcast, or audio book, or mag
My African Conquest: Cape to Cairo at 80, it’s a story of a woman that drove her 20 year old Toyota hatchback from Cape Town to Egypt.
Most treasured object or heirloom
I have a writing desk that belonged to my great grandmother.
Favourite scent in your house
Cinnamon cookies baking
Music you listen to at home
Jazz, it’s non interruptive when i’m thinking
What do you want for your birthday
Anne of Green Gables
Try Sarah’s recipes in her latest book WILD Adventure Cookbook
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With the extension of the dinghy & direct entrance to the water, this house evolves into an explorative landscape that extends beyond its petite footprint. If I were to create the ideal boathouse... This would be it.
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