Lord Murray SCHOORMAN is a dynamic media industry entrepreneur. Commencing his own media production powerhouse in 2001, Peak Hour Images has leaped from strength to strength in an everchanging content production landscape.
Lord Murray is also a long-standing member of the Melbourne Press Club and The National Press Club of Australia.
In November 2013 Lord Murray Schoorman was appointed a position on the committee of the Fitzroy Street Trader's Association & within a year he was promoted to the position of Vice President of the association. He proudly held this position for over 3 years, working closely with the major events department of the City of Port Phillip and various other stakeholders.
Little known fact; Lord Murray is also a qualified senior firefighter with over 13 years experience on the frontline of high-profile international motorsport.
Dulux reveals its Colour Forecast: mid-tones set to influence Australian interior design for 2024
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, this year’s Colour Forecast comprises three palettes – Solstice, Journey and Muse – that each reflect an inner desire for positivity and spaces that nurture within our homes. Mid-toned hues are a central theme, with rich golds, olive greens and reddy browns exhibiting warmth – yet each palette feels distinctly different.
The Dulux Colour Forecast 2024 is inspired by industry events including Salone del Mobile Milano, trend and insight reports, fashion catwalks, product and design launches, engagement with global and international brands, and customised research through Dulux’s extensive network in the UK, Italy and France.
Interestingly, while international travel is high on the agenda for those that are able, the financial pressure from the rising cost of living has spurred a wave of entertaining at home, with Australians embracing the comfort and convenience that comes with it. As a result, this year’s palettes step deeper into mid-tone shades that evoke feelings of warmth, security and resilience.