Describe your music taste?  I really love The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones, and I always listen to your 70's playlist on Spotify..! But I like a heap of things, mostly older music. I like the sound way better. But I also love Death Cab For Cutie, so it's a mix of everything. When I was younger I always listened to the top 40, and then when I got into high school I became friends with a girl who was really into Jeff Buckley and the Red Hot Chili Peppers and that sort of made me look out of the pop world! It made me want to search for more music, rather than listen to whatever was on the radio. What is the best band you have seen live? Probably The Rolling Stones, I saw them in Melbourne 2 years ago, it was the day before one of my exams but I just had to go. What are you scared of? I use to be terrified of being murdered. I was convinced! I couldn't watch any scary movie, was terrified of the dark... but the last few years I've gotten into some older, scary movies like The Shining and Nightmare on Elm Street, and thats helped me with my fear heaps! How would you describe happiness? I would describe it as the moment when you feel completely free, and completely full at the same time. For example when you go on a huge walk and reach the top of the mountain and can look back from where you came from, but it can also be walking along the street and you see a flower, or having a moment to yourself after a busy week. Just feeling completely full. I think I am a happy person, it is something I have been working on alot of this year, more than just being happy - being happy in myself is my biggest goal. It's getting there. Surrounding yourself with people who make you feel good is incredibly important. I think living in Melbourne I became disconnected with people a lot, you are so anonymous, I didn't even really like people for a long time. I've come back here and i've met so many great people, who are like minded, and everyone is so friendly. I feel so inspired by people again! What is something you think everyone should try at least once? Do something you wouldn't usually do, like jump into a cold river, or when you are at the beach go swimming and really experience everything. People can get caught up taking the photo, or looking through Snapchat. Experiencing the moment exactly as it is, I think once you start doing that then you appreciate these moments a lot more. If you could teleport anywhere right now where would it be? I would probably teleport to Germany. Because when I travelled to Europe it was just my favourite place. Or Japan! I can't wait to experience more of the world. Ultimate road trip band? I'm a huge Paul Kelly fan. I found that when I was driving through the North West of Tasmania by myself, I always put him on. He did an album with Neil Finn. It was the perfect summer kinda music, it was so freeing.