Capital Questions with Lauren Mann

Capital Questions with Lauren Mann

Lauren Mann has been apart of the Lyall Bay Surf Club for most of her life, as an act­ive com­pet­i­tion goer, patroller and now seni­or com­mit­tee mem­ber. Away from the beach, she has also writ­ten a children’s book and took home the title of Miss Wel­ling­ton in 2012. Fish­Head caught up with her to get […]

About Holly Bagge

Holly has recently moved back to her home city after spend­ing four years at Otago Uni­ver­sity com­plet­ing her Bach­el­or of Arts in art his­tory and media stud­ies. She spends her days fuel­ling the pub­lic’s caf­feine addic­tion as a barista and hanging out at Fish­Head Towers fit­ting into her intern­ing pos­i­tion. Bagge’s pos­i­tion include vis­it­ing art gal­ler­ies, read­ing, drink­ing tea obsess­ively and watch­ing back-to-back epis­odes of Peep Show. She is a con­nois­seur of zom­bie films, one of her favour­ites being the ori­gin­al Dawn of the Dead. Much to her dis­may, her last name is pro­nounced “bag” as in “plastic bag”.

Waterfront

Waterfront

      About Holly Bagge­Holly has recently moved back to her home city after spend­ing four years at Otago Uni­ver­sity com­plet­ing her Bach­el­or of Arts in art his­tory and media stud­ies. She spends her days fuel­ling the pub­lic’s caf­feine addic­tion as a barista and hanging out at Fish­Head Towers fit­ting into her intern­ing position. […]

About Holly Bagge

Holly has recently moved back to her home city after spend­ing four years at Otago Uni­ver­sity com­plet­ing her Bach­el­or of Arts in art his­tory and media stud­ies. She spends her days fuel­ling the pub­lic’s caf­feine addic­tion as a barista and hanging out at Fish­Head Towers fit­ting into her intern­ing pos­i­tion. Bagge’s pos­i­tion include vis­it­ing art gal­ler­ies, read­ing, drink­ing tea obsess­ively and watch­ing back-to-back epis­odes of Peep Show. She is a con­nois­seur of zom­bie films, one of her favour­ites being the ori­gin­al Dawn of the Dead. Much to her dis­may, her last name is pro­nounced “bag” as in “plastic bag”.

Ralph Green and Letizia Columbano

Ralph Green and Letizia Columbano

Instead of think­ing about liv­ing the dream, Ral­ph Green and Let­iz­ia Colum­bano really are liv­ing it. With their son, the couple pur­chased the Green­mantle Estate Lodge in early 2012 as a coun­try home. But instead of keep­ing the breath­tak­ing estate all to them­selves, they have kindly decided to share it with the rest of the […]

About Holly Bagge

Holly has recently moved back to her home city after spend­ing four years at Otago Uni­ver­sity com­plet­ing her Bach­el­or of Arts in art his­tory and media stud­ies. She spends her days fuel­ling the pub­lic’s caf­feine addic­tion as a barista and hanging out at Fish­Head Towers fit­ting into her intern­ing pos­i­tion. Bagge’s pos­i­tion include vis­it­ing art gal­ler­ies, read­ing, drink­ing tea obsess­ively and watch­ing back-to-back epis­odes of Peep Show. She is a con­nois­seur of zom­bie films, one of her favour­ites being the ori­gin­al Dawn of the Dead. Much to her dis­may, her last name is pro­nounced “bag” as in “plastic bag”.

Sir Jon Trimmer

Sir Jon Trimmer

Last month, Dance Aotearoa New Zea­l­and (DANZ) cel­eb­rated its 20th anniversary, so in com­mem­or­a­tion Fish­Head caught up with one of New Zealand’s greatest bal­let icons, Sir Jon Trim­mer. The ever-cour­teous dan­cer kept the Fish­Head team gig­gling and amused, per­form­ing some of the mime actions he’s been teach­ing to chil­dren in Kapiti. If it’s been a hard […]

About Holly Bagge

Holly has recently moved back to her home city after spend­ing four years at Otago Uni­ver­sity com­plet­ing her Bach­el­or of Arts in art his­tory and media stud­ies. She spends her days fuel­ling the pub­lic’s caf­feine addic­tion as a barista and hanging out at Fish­Head Towers fit­ting into her intern­ing pos­i­tion. Bagge’s pos­i­tion include vis­it­ing art gal­ler­ies, read­ing, drink­ing tea obsess­ively and watch­ing back-to-back epis­odes of Peep Show. She is a con­nois­seur of zom­bie films, one of her favour­ites being the ori­gin­al Dawn of the Dead. Much to her dis­may, her last name is pro­nounced “bag” as in “plastic bag”.

Capital Questions with Vicky Ha

Capital Questions with Vicky Ha

If you fre­quent Sunday’s City Mar­ket, then no doubt you’ve heard of the enig­mat­ic Vicky Ha, dubbed the ‘Dump­ling Queen’ of the House of Dump­lings. No mean feat, Fish­Head caught up with Ha to dis­cov­er her favour­ite city spots. If it’s been a hard week at work and I’m in need of a drink I’ll be […]

About Holly Bagge

Holly has recently moved back to her home city after spend­ing four years at Otago Uni­ver­sity com­plet­ing her Bach­el­or of Arts in art his­tory and media stud­ies. She spends her days fuel­ling the pub­lic’s caf­feine addic­tion as a barista and hanging out at Fish­Head Towers fit­ting into her intern­ing pos­i­tion. Bagge’s pos­i­tion include vis­it­ing art gal­ler­ies, read­ing, drink­ing tea obsess­ively and watch­ing back-to-back epis­odes of Peep Show. She is a con­nois­seur of zom­bie films, one of her favour­ites being the ori­gin­al Dawn of the Dead. Much to her dis­may, her last name is pro­nounced “bag” as in “plastic bag”.

Cuba Street

About Holly Bagge­Holly has recently moved back to her home city after spend­ing four years at Otago Uni­ver­sity com­plet­ing her Bach­el­or of Arts in art his­tory and media stud­ies. She spends her days fuel­ling the pub­lic’s caf­feine addic­tion as a barista and hanging out at Fish­Head Towers fit­ting into her intern­ing pos­i­tion. Bagge’s pos­i­tion include […]

About Holly Bagge

Holly has recently moved back to her home city after spend­ing four years at Otago Uni­ver­sity com­plet­ing her Bach­el­or of Arts in art his­tory and media stud­ies. She spends her days fuel­ling the pub­lic’s caf­feine addic­tion as a barista and hanging out at Fish­Head Towers fit­ting into her intern­ing pos­i­tion. Bagge’s pos­i­tion include vis­it­ing art gal­ler­ies, read­ing, drink­ing tea obsess­ively and watch­ing back-to-back epis­odes of Peep Show. She is a con­nois­seur of zom­bie films, one of her favour­ites being the ori­gin­al Dawn of the Dead. Much to her dis­may, her last name is pro­nounced “bag” as in “plastic bag”.

Karen Brown

Karen Brown

The weath­er was crisp and sunny for the drive through Days Bay to the wrought-iron gates that enclose the col­our­ful manse where Kar­en Brown lives with her hus­band, their dog Jack­ie and their three cats, Chocol­ate, Vanilla and Blue­berry. The impress­ive home, believed to have been con­struc­ted between 1917 and 1919, was one of the […]

About Holly Bagge

Holly has recently moved back to her home city after spend­ing four years at Otago Uni­ver­sity com­plet­ing her Bach­el­or of Arts in art his­tory and media stud­ies. She spends her days fuel­ling the pub­lic’s caf­feine addic­tion as a barista and hanging out at Fish­Head Towers fit­ting into her intern­ing pos­i­tion. Bagge’s pos­i­tion include vis­it­ing art gal­ler­ies, read­ing, drink­ing tea obsess­ively and watch­ing back-to-back epis­odes of Peep Show. She is a con­nois­seur of zom­bie films, one of her favour­ites being the ori­gin­al Dawn of the Dead. Much to her dis­may, her last name is pro­nounced “bag” as in “plastic bag”.