Lowanna Doye’s environmentalism began in her teens when she co-founded an eco club for students at her high school. A visual arts degree at Australia’s Newcastle University saw her major in photography and video. Post-university her dual passions were unified in her work for Undercurrents, an Oxford-based
environmental and social justice videozine. When she met fellow video activist Kev Doye, the bike2oz dream was born. They now live with their four children in an off-the-grid eco house in Bellingen, on the east coast of Australia, where they run a thriving organic grocery store focused on supporting local growers.