A delight for the senses, and a treat for the soul, a place where imagination and magic coalesce into sensory wonder. The Pleasure Garden kicked off the summer festival season last weekend, turning Cantani Garden’s on the St Kilda Foreshore into a glittering and immersive space where arts and music could collide. Headliners Fat Freddy’s Drop, and Canadian glitch superstar Stickybuds, were joined by Ed Solo, Baker Boy, Opiuo, Montaigne, Remi, L-Fresh The Lion, Willaris.K among many others.
Timothy Treasure spent his childhood in regional Victoria. After making the move to Melbourne he studied in Photo Imaging at RMIT, graduating in 2015. Timothy sees the world through the lens of a camera and is inspired by fashion, live music and Melbourne’s vibrant street culture. Previously, he has photographed for Melbourne Arts Fashion and TAGG before launching The Melbourne Critique alongside Jessi Lewis in September 2017. Some of his career highlights include shooting for both VAMFF, MSFW, St Jerome's Laneway Festival and Let Them Eat Cake, alongside getting to meet the likes of Jean Paul Gaultier, Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley.