25 Aug 2019 at 12:33pm
We had a fantastic night at the Margaret River Chamber of Commerce and Industry Business Awards, taking out the ‘Excellence in Creative Industries’ award 🎉 Plus finalists in the ‘Peoples Choice’ and the ‘Environmental Superstar’ awards.
19 Aug 2019 at 10:21am
I was up at the Perth airport on the weekend and popped into one of the terminals to see a couple of my images.
8 Aug 2019 at 8:58am
Finally, after 6 years, I have am working on a new book. It’s called ‘West’ and features my best work from around Western Australia.
I am crowd funding the book and it’s now available for pre-sale.
It has been a long time coming but finally I have dedicated some time to getting the new work into a beautiful coffee table book. There are some extra special deal on the book so now is the time to order. Have a look at the “Learn More” below and choose a pledge that suits you. So many great ways to save. Once the pledging period is over, the book will be printed and the price of the book will go up to the RRP.
WEST – Photographs of Western Australia
29 Jul 2019 at 1:47pm
We have been selected as finalists in the 2019 Bendigo Bank Business Margaret River Region Business Awards, for the Excellence in the Creative Industry Award 🎉
There is a People’s Choice Award. We would be very grateful if you thought our business was one that is worthy enough for the recognition. To vote for us here is the link – https://www.mrcci.com.au/2019-awards/
23 Jul 2019 at 9:26am
This is one of the images from my day out shooting last week. Quindalup farmland looking back towards Dunsborough.
It’s not up on the website yet as I’m saving it for my new book. More about that soon 😉
17 Jul 2019 at 7:37pm
Down South has been named Lonely Planet’s Best in Asia Pacific 2019 ! How awesome is that?! Of course, I’ve always known that. It’s why I live in Dunsborough. If you haven’t visited yet, then you definitely should. Maybe wait until summer though. It’s a bit wet and cold at the moment.
This is what Lonely Planets had to say – “Take one look at Meelup Beach and you’ll wonder where it’s been all your life: the West Australian bush parts to reveal ocean the hue of a Bombay Sapphire bottle, which is typical of the coastline stretching from Margaret River to the state’s south. Beyond the sand, some of the country’s slickest wineries, breweries and restaurants lie between tracts of tall-tree forest and kangaroo-dotted farmland.”
17 Jul 2019 at 7:31pm
If you haven’t been into the Gallery recently, we have lots of new work ❤️
Photographs, scarves, books, ceramic coasters, acrylic blocks, cushions, cards, playing cards and so much more
17 Jul 2019 at 6:48pm
How different do we react to our surroundings. These two images were taken on the same day. We were in Perth for a wedding so I took the camera up to take some photos on Sunday morning. The black and white image is one of those I took. Hand held through the car window and rain trying to convey the scene that was in front of me and the mood I was feeling. Later that day when we got home I decided to go and finish the day on a positive note. I went to my favourite beach at Cape Naturaliste and took the image on the right. Same day, same camera, same photographer. The only thing that changed was my attitude. I love that photography can take you away and make you focus on something that is good and positive.
27 Apr 2019 at 1:13pm
On Saturday the 4th of May I am having the official opening of an exhibition of my new works that have never been shown in the gallery. The time is 5:30pm and we have some awesome wines from Clairault to enjoy. Let us know if you can make it – email@example.com
It is being held at my Dunsborough Gallery. The work are images taken from all around the world and each will be an exclusive one of one editions.
I am proud of these images and I think they are amongst the best I have taken. Hope to see you there.
2 Jan 2019 at 8:41am
What better way to welcome in the new year with a new image. Well technically it isn’t a new image but it is the first time I have posted it. It was shot a couple of months ago from memory.
2018 was the year of the aerial once again. In fact I think aerial photography has exploded into the mainstream over the past decade. From the early days of Richard Waldendorp shooting from a plane to todays drones redefining what is possible. It has been an exciting ride, well it used to be up in a light aircraft or helicopter. I prefer a drone these days for lots of reasons, most being the ability to hover and compose more effectively. The ability to shoot straight down without and angle means the image can be rotated in any direction in post and still look like it was shot properly.
I love aerials but they aren’t my passion. I prefer the banal urban landscape and this is what I have been exploring a lot in the past 9 years.
So what is new in 2019 for me? Possibly a new camera system, obviously new images, we have a new staff member and new ways of printing and displaying photographs. But I want to continue to talk more about deeper issues. Issues relating to the environment and how we can all do our bit to reduce our carbon footprint. I also want to talk more about the need for action to protect our only lifeboat, one that is increasingly under threat. Don’t worry, I won’t be getting all preachy on you but hopefully through our love for photography and the natural world inspiration will come and you can too influence your family and friends. No finger pointing here just the facts and good, open and honest discussions.
It is going to be a year of excitement and hopefully positive change. Thanks to all of you for interacting with my posts on Facebook and Insta, for all the likes, the chats in the gallery and the goodwill. We really all have more in common than differences. Clean air, water, food on the table, a roof over our head, freedom of thought, democracy and a government that looks after the people. We all want that. Basic human rights.
See you on the beaches, in the gallery or on the side of a mountain looking for magic light!