Gaëlle Méheut and Benoît Heurtault, or Gaga and Ben are the people behind Groovy Banana. When they met during their studies in France thirteen years ago, it was love at first sight and the start of their creative journey. In 2013 they decided to start a new chapter in their lives. The sweet memory of Gaga’s childhood in Vanuatu was enough to convince them to choose the archipelago as their next destination. After an inspiring trip across Europe, South-east Asia and Australia they landed in Vanuatu and immediately fell in love with the country and its people. They quickly established Groovy Banana «made in Vanuatu» offering photography and video services with a fresh and contemporary style. They specialize in weddings also work on different projects for local businesses and organisations. Vanuatu turned out to be a fertile ground to grow their artistic skills, with vibrant and genuine people, stunning light and colours, and a booming cultural scene filled with opportunities to share and collaborate in visual arts, music and dance. They enjoy giving back to the community by supporting local initiatives with their services and giving the youth the opportunity to learn photography and videography. www.groovy-banana.com
Black & Decker Autosense
Drill automatically stops once screws are driven flush. If you’re the clumsy sort of pseudo-handyman around the house, it’s not that uncommon to crack drywalls, splinter wood, and strip screws from keeping your finger on the switch just a little too long. The Black & Decker Autosense is designed to ensure that never happens again. Fitted with the company’s Autosense technology, enabling it to detect whenever a screw is already flush in place.