Our virtual self-love fest Selfish Sessions is a little over a week away, so it’s time to announce the exciting full lineup of hosts for the event, running across three arvos from February 24 to 26.
The fest features Q&As with influential and v. v. brainy people like author and artist Florence Given, RHONY’s Leah McSweeney, I’m A Celeb‘s Abbie Chatfield, Today‘s Brooke Boney and tennis champ Dylan Alcott. Grab your tix to all three days for just $20+BF here.
They’re joining PEDESTRIAN.TV‘s Selfish Sessions to share their knowledge – and ofc a little bit of goss – and help you to become the baddest bitch of 2021. Take your ideas about self-care and chuck ‘em in the bin, it’s time to put this shit into practice.
Check out the fire list of talent who will be putting your spicy Qs to our speakers:
Louis Hanson is PEDESTRIAN.TV’s resident funny guy and sweetheart. Formerly a writer for P.TV, he’s a natural on camera with his TikTok and IGTV skits quickly gaining him notoriety online. His sass and endearing wit only make him more easy to love.
Ayeesha Ash is a proud Māori Grenadian artist and the host of FBi Radio podcast CANVAS, and No Offence, But. In 2015 she co-founded creative arts company Black Birds as a response to the lack of representation of womxn of colour in the arts.
JamarzOnMarz is a queer rapper and saxophonist of Kenyan and Sri Lankan-Tamil heritage. He has performed with Solange Knowles at the Sydney Opera House, and uses his music to challenge ideas around sexuality, masculinity and gender.
Alex Bruce-Smith is the Deputy Editor of PEDESTRIAN.TV, wrangling the best online writers, breaking down the non-stop news cycle for young Aussies daily and occasionally channeling her rage and/or latest obsession into content.
Nadia Roosens is a presenter, multimedia producer and stylist, who is interested in entertainment, fashion and culture. She is the co-host of Friday night hip hop show Midnight Cypher on FBi Radio and has interviewed Wu-Tang Clan, B Wise and more.
James McManus is the Creative Director of Pedestrian Group and one of the brains behind Selfish Sessions. He specialises in branded content strategy and production, leading the Studio team to make the vids, podcasts and events P.TV are known for.
Josie Rozenberg-Clarke is the Head Of Editorial at PEDESTRIAN.TV. While her day-to-day is largely spent managing P.TV’s team of writers, she also is known for her reality TV recaps and her podcasts, All Aussie Mystery Hour and The Zest Is History.
Maggie Zhou is a Gen Z media slashie and the host of the Culture Club podcast. The Melbourne-born Chinese gal has written for publications like Fashion Journal and Broadsheet and created content for global brands such as Converse, ASOS and Mecca.
Emma Edwards is a self-described “recovering spendaholic” and the founder of millennial money resource The Broke Generation, a platform devoted to helping young people build lives they love within their means by making $$ management fun.
Kate McGregor is a Managing Editor at Pedestrian Group, an expert editorial and social strategist with an extensive background in fashion and lifestyle publishing, who is passionate about creating content that informs, inspires and empowers women.
Matty Galea is the Entertainment Editor of PEDESTRIAN.TV, reporting on everything from the Kardashians to the latest season of Big Brother. He is also P.TV’s resident astrologer and writes our eerily specific weekly horoscopes.
Tix to the totally virtual Selfish Sessions, supported by ANZ, Lovehoney, Urban Company and Mood, also earn you a $100 voucher for profesh home services from Urban Company if you’re based in Sydney or Melbourne. You’ll also cop a plum 20% off your next Lovehoney order no matter where you live, and could also score over $100 worth of prizes like self-care packs and sex toys. A bit of a late Valentine’s treat, if you will.
Make 2021 your year of living selfishly. There ain’t nothing wrong with that.
GET YOUR SELFISH SESSIONS TIX HERE.