Monthly Archives: January 2011

24 Jan 2011

Queensland Flood Relief Appeal

visit the main “Queensland Flood Relief” page here for details on how you can help. Please help to share this link with your friends on your twitter, facebook and blog.  Your help is greatly appreciated and together we can make a difference.  Warmest regards, Marcus

19 Jan 2011

Queensland Flood Relief

With many of our friends, family and our clients affected in the recent flooding across Queensland, all of us at Studio Impressions have been touched by the devastation.  The human costs have been immeasurable with many people losing everything.   The reality is that the economic costs of the floods in Queensland are also rising each day.  Some media reports place the cost into the billions of dollars.   Every bit of help is required to support the people affected and […]

13 Jan 2011

Brisbane Under Water

Today the Brisbane River peaked at 4.45m, thankfully under the expected high.   The stormwater drain near our Studio was kind to us, so we have had no water in our home or our Studio.  We are lucky.  We will reopen on Monday when more roads are open and our staff are able to travel again.    Thank you to all of you who have sent your well wishes to us.   Please send your love and prayers to those that have not been […]

12 Jan 2011


A big thank you to everyone who has contacted us concerned about how we have been affected in the current flood crisis in Brisbane.    Your well wishes are really appreciated.    It is a difficult situation for all Queenslanders. For the informaton of all of our customers, our Studio premises is currently closed due to the risk of flooding, however the premises itself is, for the moment, safe.  Flood waters are expected to peak in the CBD tomorrow, at which time we will […]

11 Jan 2011

Rain rain go away….

I usually post about happy occassions on this blog, new babies, weddings, joyous things that are happening, but today is not such a happy day.   As we pack up our Studio in preparation for the possibility of the largest flood in Brisbane since 1974 (suddenly our glimpse of the Story Bridge and Brisbane river isn’t such a nice thing to have), our hearts and minds are with those that have already lost everything.    We have been monitoring with great concern the […]