Tell us a little about yourself
Hi, my name is Sunji and I’m your 29! I live in Melbourne, where the weather tries to make me crazy and my friends (+ the coffee) keep me sane. I’ve been making photographs since I could say the word ‘click’ as I ran around with an imaginary camera. My Nanna gave me my first camera, she loved photographing her people. I work in educational publishing as a managing editor. My spare time involves a lot of cutting and pasting and reading about science.
What one thing are you most proud of in your years so far?
I’m probably most proud of the relationships I have with my loving and talented friends and family … and that I’ve managed to keep my head screwed on relatively straight for most of my years.
What one thing do you hope to have achieved by the age of 100?
Oh, there are many boxes left to tick! I hope to fit 100 years’ worth of adventures into whatever time I have. For one, I’d really like to live in New York and find the photographs I lost in the East River.
What one thing have you seen in your lifetime which has changed the world the most significantly?
The internet has changed everything, hasn’t it? It is our external hard drive when we can’t retrieve facts from our brains. It has made the other side of the world almost as close as our next door neighbours. Can you imagine what would have been required for this project to take place 29 years ago?
What piece of advice would you give to your 10 year old self?
Love. Invest your heart.