Contributors

Our team brings you the best in family business.

At Brands Of Kin we are passionate about sharing stories of success and leadership within families. We partner with some of the top companies in PR, photography and media to bring you the best in family business. As well as our team of talented in-house writers providing regular content, we reach out to others in the industry to write special features for the magazine and share their insights. Our talented photographers accompany us to select interviews to gain behind the scenes access for our readers.


TOBY PEET
Toby is a talented Sydney-based photographer who has made a name for himself capturing people in their truth. His portrait photography is real and vulnerable. He also has a special interest in architecture and interiors, capturing beautiful lines and details in every scene. When Toby is not behind the camera he has a surfboard under his arm, or can be seen wrangling his three active kids.
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GEORGIE ROBERTSON
Georgie is the director of The Regional PR Co., a creative public relations agency based in Wagga, where she runs communications strategies for clients in agtech, agrifood, lifestyle and tourism.
Raised in outback NSW, Georgie spent over a decade in Sydney working on national campaigns including Sunday Telegraph Pet of the Year, Belvoir St Theatre, the Sydney Opera House and NSW Year of the Outback for Tourism NSW, before returning to her country roots.
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OTHER STORIES

The Inside Story

HOW A TINY MUESLI COMPANY BECAME A GLOBAL SUCCESS

Carman’s is the only brand showing consistent growth in the breakfast category and a much-loved icon. Here, founder Carolyn Creswell shares her incredible story.

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60 Seconds With

TURNING SINGLE-USE PLASTIC INTO SUPER COOL SHADES — 60 SECONDS WITH NIK ROBINSON OF GOOD CITIZENS

Good Citizens is a brand built with purpose before product, with each pair of sunnies hand crafted from one 600ml discarded single-use plastic bottle. Get to know the story behind the shades, with Nik Robinson.

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The Inside Story

WALKING THE WITTNER WAY

They’ve been making shoes for over 100 years, and are the result of a happy accident back in 1912. Get to know their incredible story through the eyes of fourth generation chairman, Michael Wittner.

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