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O P E N I N G N I G H T: ‘BACK IN NAM’ EXHIBITION BY DOMINIC LONERAGAN FOR CITIZENS OF THE WORLD X CORPORATE CULTURE

For those just joining us, on Tuesday night we celebrated the launch of Dom’s first photography exhibition – BACK IN NAM – a series of limited edition prints taken while on a solo journey through the backstreets and hoods of Vietnam. We were lucky enough to score beautiful wall space at Corporate Culture – absolutely […]

YOU’RE INVITED TO: BACK IN NAM, WEDNESDAY 26TH MARCH – WEDNESDAY 9TH MARCH 2014

Hello Citizens, As you may know, for the past month we’ve been printing, framing and prepping for our first gallery showing and we’d like to invite you along. BACK IN NAM A photographic exploration through the Vietnam. Wednesday, March 26 – Wednesday April 9 Corporate Culture 21-23 Levey Street, Chippendale, Sydney, 2008 For two weeks, […]

A L O N E B U T N O T A L O N E R: SOLO CRUISING

“If you wanted to do something absolutely honest, something true, it always turned out to be a thing that had to be done alone.” – Richard Yates When American novelist Richard Yates penned that line we can pretty much guarantee he wasn’t speaking about cruising the Pacific Ocean for 18 days, but for the purposes […]

T H E T R I P X AUDI: BONDI, BELLINGEN & BYRON BAY

Just before New Years Eve, thousands of Sydney-siders pack up their cars and make the annual pilgrimage to the Byron Bay hinterland. These would be the ones that haven’t pre-planned their harbour-side parties or literally camped out like an iPhone fanatic, vying for a perfect spot for the fireworks. In other words – us. For […]

N I S E K O: EAT, STAY, DO

​Niseko and its legendary whiteout barely needs introduction. With an average snowfall of 12 metres per year, the region more than promises powder – it dumps it. You basically wake up with everything coated in a pristine foam, so there’s a constant temptation to just fall back into it like a child and let the […]

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ABOUT US

“If we, citizens, do not support our artists, then we sacrifice our imagination on the altar of crude reality and we end up believing in nothing…”

- Yann Martel

The CITIZENS OF THE WORLD project began in late 2012. Initially a collaborative venture between lifestyle and portrait photographer Dominic Loneragan and writer Meghan McTavish hellocitizens.com has expanded to celebrate the people and places we admire and find intriguing.

We are primarily based in Sydney, although our candles can be found throughout Australia and in selected stores overseas.

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Photographed by Dominic Loneragan. Citizens of the World
Meghan McTavish + Dominic Loneragan

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