Habari Productions

Talk Like TED

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On August 20 I had the honour of talking at @tedx at Abbotsleigh and presenting our photos. My goodness – the heart was beating and the adrenalin was pumping - but I had a blast and I was so proud to share the lessons I have learnt from remote tribes around the world – especially the Suri, Maasai and the Padaung. Basically, what I have learnt is: 
1. There’s no such thing as normal. We, as humans, are all so wonderfully different, yet in so many ways, we are exactly the same.
2. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It’s not limited to stereotypes of perfect people we see in magazines and social media.
3. The importance of resilience and daring to dream. Life can be tough, but we are even tougher… and we should never forget who we are.
And above all, we should dare to open our minds and dare to think differently.

You can watch the talk here. 

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The Daily Edition, Seven Network Australia.

'From scorpion stings to Malaria - Sunrise producing duo Benjamin Hogarth and Stephanie Hunt, talk about their amazing journey through Africa and their upcoming photo exhibition, 'Tribe'.'

https://au.tv.yahoo.com/sunrise/video/watch/18065392/sunrise-producers-in-the-spotlight-tribes-of-africa/#page1

News Talk 2UE, Sydney

Chatting with legendary broadcaster Tim Webster on his radio show ‘News Talk’, about our adventures through Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

Chatting with legendary broadcaster Tim Webster on his radio show ‘News Talk’, about our adventures through Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

BuzzFeed Australia

That time we got Doha's Sugar and Spice cafe into Australian BuzzFeed. Yep, that's pretty random.

That time we got Doha's Sugar and Spice cafe into Australian BuzzFeed. Yep, that's pretty random.

January 15, 2019

Good Chat Podcast

Stephanie Hunt: Mum, I'm going to Syria

Season 2

Episode 12

Stephanie Hunt: Mum, I’m going to Syria

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Released: 15 January, 2019

Imagine if you told your mum and dad you were going to Syria for a holiday. That’s what country girl Stephanie Hunt did.

Her passion for travel has led her to some of the most remote places on Earth.

Steph is a journalist and TV producer who's obsessed with storytelling. She’s worked for the BBC, Al Jazeera and the Seven Network.

Steph has photographed people who’ve never seen cameras and sold stunning images and wares, shining a spotlight on some of the most interesting cultures in the world.

But since becoming a mum, Steph has had to find new ways to satisfy her thirst for discovery.

How do you tap into your adventurous spirit? Get ready to go off the beaten track. Let’s have a good chat with Stephanie Hunt, a woman to inspire my daughter.

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Shop Till You Drop - Florence

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Home Magazine, Herald Sun

A nice @habariprod shoutout in Melbourne's Herald Sun, featuring our three prints which line the walls of Rebecca Maddern's beautiful home.  Home Magazine is inserted every Saturday into Victoria's biggest selling newspaper the  Herald Sun.

A nice @habariprod shoutout in Melbourne's Herald Sun, featuring our three prints which line the walls of Rebecca Maddern's beautiful home.

Home Magazine is inserted every Saturday into Victoria's biggest selling newspaper the Herald Sun.