Debbie and David are the couple behind much of Wellington's arts: they talk life, love, Disney Princesses, Chet Baker and why they are turning their focus to photography for Photival as part of Fringe 2017.
Artist Gina Kiel lives a life of colour, joy and art with her family in Island Bay. The Wellingtonian explains how she became a fulltime illustrator, Wellington High School, turning down opportunities for her family and copying Disney characters as a child.
For a taste of the Greek Islands, Wellingtonian's LOVE The Greek Food Truck: so how did co-owner Sophie (with her partner George) go from a career in fashion at Zambesi to opening the best souvlaki spot in town? With love, heart and a lot of garlic.
Victoria Nunns is the Wellington YouTube beauty blogger taking social media by storm. She talks to The Residents about loving Enid Blyton books, illustration, freelancing and finding the courage to follow her dreams.
Wellington Astro Photographer Danny Rood perfectly mixes the magic of the stars in the sky with emotion and technology. He explains how to take a awesome night photography and why you'll find him at Red Rocks or Castle Point on a Saturday at 3am.
From Italy to Wellington, Dr Marco Sonzogni knows the relevance of learning a language. "How would you like to live in a house without windows?" he asks. Marco explains his journey from Italy to Ireland to Wellington.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter Jay Lee and Journalist Laura McQuillan made the move to in Rio de Janeiro - and ended up with a cat named Rambo. They talk food, bureaucracy and why the Haka makes them go all wobbly.
The Performance Arcade 2016 artist Kane Laing wants us to look at Water a new light - Thickened water anyone? He talks about staying in Wellington, creating art and The Performance Arcade 2016, which starts today down on the waterfront near Te Papa.
Amelia Taverner is the beauty behind the costumes of this years Summer Shakespeare in the Dell at the Botanical Gardens 'Love's Labours Lost.' She talks costumes, where she finds inspiration and ice coffee.
Meet Wellington's loveliest couple. He's from Southland, she's from Tauranga - but Nick and Nevada started Okewa Rainwear in Wellington, together. Now they are showing their collection for the Milan trade show.