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This year I was awarded two Silvers at the Australian Professional Photography Awards. One was for an emulsion transfer of three vintage frocks, which I photographed with my trusty polariod camera and then peeled the emulsion from its backing and … Continue reading
This wedding was loads of fun, and the happy couple raced off to their reception in the local fire truck.
I am very excited to be offering a three hour hands on lighting workshop at the studio on September 29th. We have the services of beautiful professional model Baylee (she is featured in “Swept Away” from the Whimsica collection) and … Continue reading
What a fabulous opening night at Manyung gallery last Friday! I was so honored to have my work included. Manyung is currently showing six pieces from my WHIMSICA collection including the latest work “Fruits from Afar”. It the most ambitious … Continue reading
How exciting, I have just had my work chosen to be included in an exhibition in St Petersburg Russia, showcasing our beautiful city of Melbourne. There are 24 photographers in the exhibition and three lucky ones will be chosen to … Continue reading
As many of you will know the Australian Professional Photography Awards were held last month. This is a chance for professionals to enter their latest work and find out where they stand among the best of the best. This year … Continue reading
Here is a glimpse of last week’s lovely wedding in the hills.
This incredibly creative couple tied the knot with originality and heaps of quirky style when they exchanged vows amongst friends and family in their garden. The bride is well known for her enviromentally aware stance within the fashion industry and … Continue reading
KEWPIE & FRIENDS At last the collection is ready to be hung at Ballarat Biennale! All of the pieces are limited edition prints of images made using the polaroid transfer technique – the process in which the photographer transfers the … Continue reading