Tom Noske is a photographer, videographer and digital artist who’s rapidly building a large social media following through the amazing visual and educational content he creates. He has a unique ability to capture the most beautiful landscapes and portraits, and fuse his love of art and the digital world together to create some truly remarkable images.

Chris Kelly, ceremonialist, educator, explorer and modern day medicine man. He is an ambassador for the safe and responsible use of sacred medicines and psychedelics, and his core philosophy is around re-establishing the right relationship with our planet and ourselves. Chris runs a range of courses, retreats and ceremonies, particularly working with the ancient frog medicine, Kambo.

Dr Andrew Lemon is an entrepreneurial Osteopath, starting the ‘Injury Rehab Clinic’ here in Melbourne, as well as co-founding ‘Movement Assessment Technologies’, which is now the number one educational provider in the world for evidence-based, objective movement assessment and rehabilitation. These educational tools have found their way across the globe and into some of the most prominent sporting organisations in the world, including the AFL, Socceroos, PGA Golf Tour, ATP, and Cirque Du Soleil to name a few.

Daniel Flynn is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of the social enterprise ‘thankyou’.
Ten years ago Daniel and his co-founders came up with an idea that through selling bottled water, they could one day change the world in helping to eradicate poverty. Fast forward to today and with over 55 products and having funded over $5 million in water access, sanitation & hygiene projects, the ‘thankyou’ brand is on a mission to change the world.

In this episode, I chat with Dr David Collard, an archaeologist whose research covered altered states of consciousness and its relationship to rituals and religion in the late Bronze Age Cyprus. In this episode, David an I chat about all things archaeology, altered states of consciousness, psychoactive compounds and how this ties into rituals and religious contexts.

In this episode, I chat with Federal Politician, Tim Wilson. Representing the electorate of Goldstein, we go through his background prior to entering politics and his experience serving as the Human Rights Commissioner. On the political front, we cover all things marriage equality, freedom of speech, taxation and current state of the economy.

In this 2 part episode, I chat with Australian Bodybuilding Legend, Rocco Oppedisano. Long list of accomplishments include: winning numerous titles (Mr Australia, Mr New York, Mr Australasia), founding the first professional bodybuilding organisation in Australia, running the first women’s competition, starting Australia’s first muscle magazine, publishing 117 books, owning 3 gyms and building the country’s second biggest supplement company.