ARTIST: Welcome to Way’s World

When NZ Minister of Foreign Affairs, Winston Peters called for the 80,000 New Zealanders travelling overseas to return to Aotearoa before the covid-19 pandemic showed just how deadly it would become, Rhaiah Spooner Knight had to watch, from Orange County Los Angeles. As the US clocked the world’s highest death toll for the virus, thousandsContinue reading “ARTIST: Welcome to Way’s World”

Photo essay: Chicago, 2014 — Sara Coe

I’ve had a five-year unexplainable love affair with New York. But now New York has competition, and his name is Chicago. When I heard my good friend was moving to Chicago for three months, I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to visit him. I always wanted to visit Chicago, I knew it wasContinue reading “Photo essay: Chicago, 2014 — Sara Coe”

Introducing: Sara Coe — Life Documenter

Sara Coe is one of my oldest friends and was right there in high school when I said I was going to have my own magazine one day. As I build WDYFILWHH we bring you a taste of her work, life, travels. From Wellington, NZ; Sara is living and working in Japan. Here are someContinue reading “Introducing: Sara Coe — Life Documenter”

Review: Majid Jordan/ Good People

If you’ve found yourself a victim to the groovy, easy-to-sing-along,  jam “Hold On, We’re Going Home” by Drake, it would be common courtesy to also acknowledge everyone else apart from Drake who was behind the making of that hit track. Majid Jordan, who also go by the pseudonym Good People. Toronto, Ontario producer/vocalist duo MajidContinue reading “Review: Majid Jordan/ Good People”