brisbane skyline
View from the balcony of my first couchsurfing place in Brisbane – click to enlarge

Short intro:
I arrived in Brisbane a week ago and moved yesterday to the second couchsurfing place in the southern suburbs. Before that I was staying with JC, a cool guy in the center of Brisbane who fed me with tasty veggi dinners and fantastic local wines. The jobsearch is still in progress and didn’t turn out to be easier on location. Staying positive though. What else can you do if you have some outstanding panoramic views all around this place.

The main part of the article:

I recently got featured in a few online media pages and wanted to share these articles with you.

preview of featured articles – click to enlarge

The first one made me really proud! I recieved an e-mail a couple of weeks back from a princess. I don’t know if she likes being called that, but I think it’s worth telling. Elizabeth von Thurn und Taxis, who belongs to one of the nobility families in germany, is working for Zeitonline, the online version of the big newspaper die Zeit. She may have been the first member of nobility on this planet to write a blog ( the diaries of a princess on finch’s quarterly ) and asked me in a mail “…We would love to feature your blog on the Zeitmagazin’s own blog…Would you be interested in taking part?” I felt kinda knighted, am very pleased with the final result and have to admit that she is a really easy going person.

Proust-Fragebogen für Blogger ( german only )

Most of the other features happened after I released the video for The bollywood movie star. A blog about paper from the US called Felt & Wire was interested to publish it so I had some nice e-mail chats with them.

Hey, you can dance if you want to…

More articles about the Bollywood movie star:

Dancing Designer puts up Bollywood-Posters for your Right to dance in India on Nerdcore

The Bollywood movie star on the medium and the mayhem, a blog written by Lisa who does kind of the same that I do. Traveling and working. But she’s covering more the geeky art part and she really creates some funky stuff.

Fabsi goes Bollywood by Corin. I met him at Jaaga in Bangalore. He gave me lessons in ableton and usually creates fantastic sounds, both live as DJ Zenessy and during the day on his laptop.

Carolin Weinkopf, a talented photographer from Berlin wrote an inspirational article about my journey on her own blog.

My photography got featured on an artist website called the creative blog

Art, News n’ Views reviewed my Urban Bengaluru exhibition in Bangalore from earlier this year.

And somehow, I made it into the blogwatch links of the day on the fashion blog lesmads

I forgot to mention another one. The university where I graduated gave me some credits too. Thanks to Professor Kiefer.

And guess what…there’s more in the pipeline. Will let you know ones it’s published.

Cheers mates

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