Please give us a brief introduction of yourself Rosie.
I am a freelance writer and content creator, specialising in conversations around fashion, food, and sustainability.
How do you plan to fulfil your creative desires in 2021?
I find it very fulfilling to write stream of consciousness style each day. And since the pandemic began last year, I have focused on writing for myself more – which means returning to creative mediums such as poetry and long form fiction, while also working on personal projects like Off Carte.
Current favourite artists and inspiration?
Some contemporary artists I am constantly inspired by include Cheryl Humphreys, Poppy Kural and Bobby Clark, as well as the work of my sister Ella Dalton – whose abstract pottery and painted pieces fill my home in Cronulla.
Your Architecture influences?
My biggest architectural inspirations come from lived-in spaces – especially the homes of artists like Salvador Dalí, Constantin Brâncuși and Georgia O’Keefe.
Favourite sound currently?
Lately I am enjoying listening to a lot of 60s and 70s classics on vinyl – everything from Serge Gainsbourg to Bola Sete and Neil Young.
Rosie Dalton wears the Katya kimono dress