Influencer Q&A: Miles Gray @Milesgray88

This born and raised Aussie lives full days working at a physiotherapy clinic, while being a successful influencer on the side. Read below to learn more about the interesting and talented Miles Gray! 

Australian Influencer Miles Gray 1. Tell Us A Little Bit About Yourself. What Does A Typical Day Look Like For You? I grew up on the sunny sand of the Gold Coast in Australia. After completing my bachelor degrees in Human Movement and Physiotherapy, I then completed my honours thesis in medical research. For now, I’m working in a highly regarded sports physiotherapy clinic in Australia’s island state of Tasmania, and my usual day consists walking to work at the clinic, and occasional weekend work in the public hospital system. I try and take a small trip once a month, as photography and travel have grown to be my favourite pastime, and I get to show this off through my Instagram.  2. What's Your Favorite Part About Living In ______?  To Live In Tasmania Is To Live In An Ancient Landscape Isolated Off Australia’s South Coast. As Far As You Can Travel, You’ll Find Vast, Rugged Wilderness Areas, Largely Protected Within Parks And Reserves. I Always Imagine The Last Surviving Dinosaurs Hiding Out On Tasmania’s West Coast, Which Is Mostly Inaccessible To People And Unexplored.  I Am Learning So Much About The History Here In The Second Settlement Of Australia, As Well As Enjoying My Downtime In The Contrast Of Georgian Warehouses Converted Into Boutique Food And Entertainment Venues, As Well As The World Class Museum Of Old And New Art (MONA) For A Contemporary Edge. 3. Where Do You Derive Inspiration From? Firstly my parents, who gave me the travel bug when I was young. They would always have one really grand holiday every year. I am also very motivated by the drive and talent of people I’m surrounded with everyday, be them close friends, work colleagues, or the wonderful new friends I’ve met virtually through social media.

Australian Influencer Miles Gray

1. Tell Us A Little Bit About Yourself. What Does A Typical Day Look Like For You?

I grew up on the sunny sand of the Gold Coast in Australia. After completing my bachelor degrees in Human Movement and Physiotherapy, I then completed my honours thesis in medical research. For now, I’m working in a highly regarded sports physiotherapy clinic in Australia’s island state of Tasmania, and my usual day consists walking to work at the clinic, and occasional weekend work in the public hospital system. I try and take a small trip once a month, as photography and travel have grown to be my favourite pastime, and I get to show this off through my Instagram. 

2. What's Your Favorite Part About Living In ______? 

To Live In Tasmania Is To Live In An Ancient Landscape Isolated Off Australia’s South Coast. As Far As You Can Travel, You’ll Find Vast, Rugged Wilderness Areas, Largely Protected Within Parks And Reserves. I Always Imagine The Last Surviving Dinosaurs Hiding Out On Tasmania’s West Coast, Which Is Mostly Inaccessible To People And Unexplored.  I Am Learning So Much About The History Here In The Second Settlement Of Australia, As Well As Enjoying My Downtime In The Contrast Of Georgian Warehouses Converted Into Boutique Food And Entertainment Venues, As Well As The World Class Museum Of Old And New Art (MONA) For A Contemporary Edge.

3. Where Do You Derive Inspiration From?

Firstly my parents, who gave me the travel bug when I was young. They would always have one really grand holiday every year. I am also very motivated by the drive and talent of people I’m surrounded with everyday, be them close friends, work colleagues, or the wonderful new friends I’ve met virtually through social media.

4. What Are Some Of Your Favorite Instagram Accounts To Follow? 

I Head Over To @Insta_graham23 And @Jewelszee When It’s Nature I Need. I Love The Summits And Skylines Of@Andrewhell3691, And I Get My Beach Fix With @Christianbendek. I Also Love To Look At @Iamgalla, As I Wish My Days Could Be Just Like His. 

5. Do You Have Any Tips For Taking The Perfect Instagram Shot?

As An IPhone Only User, It Is Always To Hunt For Key Natural Lighting! Overcast Days Make The Best Portraits, Whilst A Sunset Gives The Best Sky Colouring And Golden Skin Tone.