Another day, another dollar. Another year, another awards ceremony. Pedestrian’s teamed up with Intel to once again highlight the sublime talent of Australia’s blogosphere. The competition this year is on a whole new level – pitting the best-of-the best against each other. With the help of Intel, we’re curating content that’ll explore all things blogging. This will include things like tips on how to create your own platform, and how to deal with the h8rs. Get keen, y’all. It’s set to be, like, the best year yet (here’s hoping). 


As you might have seen, Pedestrian.TV’s hit double digits and we’re totally psyched to start going through puberty over the next few years. 

How Many Of Australia’s Top 33 Digital Influencers Do You Follow?

For five of those ten glorious years, we’ve been throwing a shindig to celebrate Australia’s blogging and social influencing elite. 

Why?

Pedestrian’s living proof that if you own your noise on interwebs, put in the hard-yards and manage to build a following (while every man and their French Bulldog’s out there having a crack at winning cyber space over) then you’ve well and truly earned the right to a bit of recognition. 

In a nutshell; we appreciate their hustle.

How Many Of Australia’s Top 33 Digital Influencers Do You Follow?

So, without further ado, we’d like to introduce:

THE 10TH BIRTHDAY EDITION OF PEDESTRIAN’S BLOGSTER AWARDS: 

PRESENTED BY INTEL 2 IN 1s

This year we’re shaking things up (there’s been a few times we’ve been around this track, so it’s not just gonna happen just like that). 

We’re stacking the crème de la crème of Australia’s social influencers against one another for the ultimate show-down, with their efforts scrutinised by a panel of judges whose infamy has been established by their contributions within the industry. 

The nominees will experience the highest of highs,

How Many Of Australia’s Top 33 Digital Influencers Do You Follow?

And the lowest of lows.

How Many Of Australia’s Top 33 Digital Influencers Do You Follow? 

Yep, 2015’s Blogster Awards will be one for the history books, kids. 

Here are the categories we’ve whisked up this year, as well as the respective nominees.


FASHION

Pretty people wearing pretty things. 

Margaret Zhang – Shine By Three

Mimi Elashiry – mimielashiry.com

Sara Donaldson – Harper And Harley

Amanda Shadforth – Oracle Fox

Luc Wiesman – D’MARGE


FOOD

Stunning visuals of all things nom-nom.

Guy Turland & Mark Alston – Bondi Harvest

Andy Allen – The Curious Chef

Lorraine Elliott – Not Quite Nigella

Sneh Roy – Cook Republic

Georgia McDermott – George Eats


TRAVEL & PHOTOGRAPHY

A category that really hammers home a general resentment for the 9-to-5 grind.

Patrick Stevenson  Hobogestapo

Ainsley Hutchence & Sebastien Fougere – Sticks And Stones

Eugene Tan – Aquabumps

Mitch Ross and Mitch Tomlinson – Life Without Andy

Sarah BahbahRaised By The Wolves

Jessica Stein – Tuula Vintage


MUSIC, TECH & CULTURE

The ones who make sure we’re always kept in the loop – thankfully.

The Design Kids

Startup Daily

Stoney Roads

The Design Files

Who The Hell


COMEDY

Lols for days and days.

Bondi Hipsters

Michael Cusack 

Friendlyjordies

SketchShe

The Katering Show

Huw Parkinson


LIFESTYLE (BEAUTY, HEALTH & FITSPO)

The ones who decide what’s hawt, and what’s naht.

Lauren Curtis

Chloe Morello

Diana Johnson & Felicia OrebBase Body Babes

Jessica Sepel – JSHealth

Kayla Itsines

Eleanor Pendleton – Gritty Pretty


To find out more about the nominees click >>HERE

We’ll be releasing ~exclusive~ content (’cause we’re that bloody awesome that we can get, like, exclusives) about the social influencers and the business of their business, so keep your eyes peeled.  

IT GON’ BE GOOD, Y’ALL.

Images supplied.