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This wedding was loads of fun, and the happy couple raced off to their reception in the local fire truck.
I entered a couple of images in the International Loupe Awards and received Bronze Awards for both of them. Hmmm, I was going for gold, but the competition was pretty stiff!
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
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
This couple made their wedding vows to each other high on the cliffs of Sorrento. The sky looked suitably dramatic, but the storm held off and the bridal party was able to visit the beach and nearby gardens before their … Continue reading
Here is a glimpse of last week’s lovely wedding in the hills.
OMG Have you ever seen anything so sweet? This litle one barely stirred when he visited Bluehouse Studio earlier this month. He was quite content to snooze his way through the shoot, occasionally opening his eyes to make sure Mum … Continue reading
This couple kept each other warm with a cuddle in the oak leaves beneath an autumn sunset. They defied the cold with a warm and fun studio shoot at Bluehouse Studio before departing for a celebration on top of … Continue reading
POLAROID EMULSION TRANSFERS Polariod transfers are made by partially developing the chemistry and transfering the image to another surface before it has fully developed. This winter Ballarat will be buzzing again with its Photographic Biennale. From August 20th to September … Continue reading