If anyone knows how to bootstrap a business it's Oliver Macdonald.
Taking the sketches from his university note pads and printing them on shirts back in 2012, he has built his "Oli Clothing" into one of Australian streetwear's most reputable brands. His relatively unorthodox approach to building a life out his clothing line is a unique and admirable mind set, that could come as a surprise to some of the more traditional business savvy listeners out there.
The loyalty he has built over the past five years is an epitome of the community driven path he has chosen to take and the successes he has experienced couldn't happen to a nicer bloke.
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Tickets and more info for #RadLivin' Festival by Don't Tell Summer from the link below
It's been a long time coming but finally so stoked to launch "Tyger Talk" where I'll be talking about all things travel, photography, videography, keeping a good diet and fit while traveling, general life on the road shenanigens and whatever else seems interesting at the time with a guest interview every show.
First episode couldn't go past one of my best mates and the wizard behind all @theneverlandboys.co edits Jaxon Foale. Such an inspiring person for me and some really good stuff in here for all aspiring videographers! Jacko talks about his story of getting into videography, creative ruts, how to become an international videographer and his flexitarian diet that helped him lost over 5 kgs!