EATT for iPad out now

EATT Magazine is your stylish , bi-monthly guide to the latest eco products, design, destinations , art and photography.
EATT is packed with top quality writers, makers and travellers from around the globe.
Each issue features interviews, profiles, tips and recipes to give your lifestyle a lift.

We cover ECO, ART, TECH and TRAVEL, plus our special features on inspiring people and their extraordinary adventures.
Don’t miss our EASY ENTERTAINING Food Feature (suitable for all devices), guaranteed to please a crowd or that special someone.
Need photography tips? No-fuss entertaining ideas?
Feel like escaping to remote places or visiting an artist at work? Find all this and more in our first issue.

The November/December issue of EATT features:

• How to take great photos at night
• Great holiday cocktails
• Eco design – the permaculture way
• How to buy Bitcoin
• Medical Mapology – in the studio with Pamela Bain
• Experience the Northern Territory

Meet the Editors
Editor-in-Chief of EATT Magazine: CULLEN POPE

Obsessed by colour and form,Cullen began his career in computer aided design and marketing. A passionate home cook, traveller and photographer, it seemed only natural to add overseas study (in Japan and Scotland) and roles in the hotel and hospitality industry where he currently plays a supporting role.

His early days as demi chef du rang inspired a positive and creative approach, before he moved into garden design and became a passionate plantsman, this led to edible landscaping, with a focus on permaculture . Garden design gave him new opportunities to showcase his love of nature plus the desire to tell the stories behind his creative work through photography. EATT Magazine is an extension of Cullen’s creative journey, and his interest in finding new ways to share and inspire. Creating a magazine for the iPad is a dream come true, and has encouraged him to collaborate with a wide range of interesting people. He hopes you will enjoy the next phase of his adventure, and find much to enjoy within its pages. When Cullen isn’t working on EATT, he can be found writing in Melbourne cafes, gardening in country Victoria, or dreaming about his next photographic project. Contact Cullen at

Associate Editor/Art Director of EATT Magazine: YVETTE CROZIER
Yvette’s career began with fashion, food and lifestyle retail roles, which fostered her interest in styling, visual merchandising and seasonal produce. A keen blogger, traveller, writer and hostess, she now works as a social media mentor, editor and online content creator. Her experience in the small business retail sector has led her to focus on training and providing customised online experiences. Yvette aims to optimise use of social media, in order to grow business and deepen relationships with clients. Current projects involve artists, alternative therapists, a gallery owner, a stylist, an online store and animal conservationists.
EATT Magazine is an exciting opportunity for Yvette. As an editor, art director and contributor, she hopes to inspire and engage you to pick up your iPad and explore new places, ideas and recipes.
Yvette is an Online Content Creator, Social Media Enhancement, Small Business Retail Consultant.
When she is not working on EATT related projects, Yvette can be found exploring remote Australia, selling vintage wallpaper or mixing cocktails at her bamboo tiki bar.
Find out more about Yvette at