MEET Our ROAMERS
We can't be everywhere! During their travels, these global wanderers share their artisan finds with us.
Contact us if you'd like to join the SHIBUI tribe or know any SHIBUI-style makers with a story worth sharing.
Born: Cape Town, South Africa
Base: Sunshine Coast, Australia
After living in five different countries and finally settling on the Sunshine Coast in 2012, I realised that actually, all I ever wanted to do was travel, write, take pictures and tell stories. As well as being a mum to two beautiful boys aged 1 and 4, I run my own photography business and write for a growing number of publications. I’m loving being fixed in one place for the moment - but I do need to go on a journey somewhere new every now and then - otherwise I’d get bored! When not doing that, you’ll find me daydreaming about food and travels; planning my next creative venture; or on the beach with my family. You can follow some of my work and all our adventures on Insta @chevaunehindley
Moacir Zeledon & Skye Braby (co-founders of Cielo Collective)
Born: (Moacir) Nicaragua, South America (He spent his teenage and young adult years in Mexico at Mision Mexico Refuge.)
(Skye) Brisbane, Australia
Base: Noosa Heads, Australia
We are Moacir & Skye and together we create Cielo Collective. With a mutual love for tradition, creativity and human connection, we personally travel to artisan villages throughout Mexico and Guatemala. Here we develop and source beautifully handcrafted pieces created by highly skilled artisans. Residing in Noosa, Australia our pieces resonate with our coastal lifestyle and are essentials for wandering the globe, a cosy corner in your home or for days by the sea.
Born: Sydney, Australia
Base: Gold Coast, Australia
I started travelling at three months of age, living between UK and Australia. I've recently returned from a European summer and will hit the road again in August with a trip to Nepal to assist with earthquake relief.
Born: Westcliff-on-Sea, England
Base: Penally, Wales
I have always been interested in other cultures and ways, so for me, travelling to various countries has allowed me to see the world through different eyes.