Colour Texture Shape Contact

As we are a small yet robust team, please follow the contact guidelines for the open and free exchange of information.

Contact Etiquette

Please feel free to contact me, on the contact details below if you have any questions or would like to tell me something important. If I can answer your questions confidently then I will, if not I may be able to point you in the right direction. You might think you have a silly question but I feel it would indicate that you have an inquisitive mind.

Sometimes questioning the basics can lead to an understanding that shakes the core of established beliefs. All too often those beliefs are only substantiated by being the most often repeated phrase, not necessarily the truth, thus closing our eyes to other plausible truths and subsequent conclusions, therefore concomitant actions. The most often repeated phrase is merely the most often repeated phrase.

Unfortunately English, Australian/English, is the only language I am fluent in. Coming from Southern Asia; Melbourne, Victoria Australia and European parents, I understand accents quite well – persevere!

Contact Procedures

In relation to contact – I would consider it polite to contact me via E-mail first. I don’t answer phone calls from people I don’t know or phone calls from people who ring from a private number. I will need to know a little bit about you and your contact details to communicate with you at our arranged time, by appointment.

From the basis of E-mail contact, you can also Zoom or Skype me for an online meeting. Please make allowances for time zones – Melbourne Australia (GMT+10), (Summer Time GMT+11).

It is policy not to on-sell personal information to a third party or spam you.


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