2018 Calendar Launched

Hey All, Just letting you all know that my 2018 Western Australia wall calendar is now available to purchase, it includes a selection of images from my travels around Western Australia. It makes for a great custom Christmas present and you are supporting a local artist at the same time!

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Published in National Geographic!

Hey All, Just a quick update, I’m in the middle of a massive new personal project, I may announce here in the coming weeks. Recently I did a trip to the Northern half of Western Australia, it was a massive road trip that produced some photos that I’m incredibly happy […]

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Christmas Island Video

I know I’m a bit behind in the blog posts, we have a new arrival in our family, Elena Rose was born only a few weeks ago and she is definitely making her presence felt in the house. I’m now catching up on my content posting and will continue the […]

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Photographing Fireworks

Tonight I headed down to one of my local beaches to photograph the fireworks held for the Festival of Busselton. I really enjoy photographing fireworks, I think because it is fairly unpredictable as to what you are going to get each time. I thought I’d pop up a few of […]

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12 Films Project

So this year I challenged myself to produce 52 blog posts, 1 per week.. so far I’ve kept to my schedule, post 3 is nearly ready to go on Sunday night. I have also challenged myself to produce at least 12 videos, 1 per month. This is not me starting […]

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Happy New Year 2017 – 52 Project

Well goodbye to 2016 (and good riddance from many of us) and hello to 2017! 2016 was a year filled with some pretty awesome highlights for me, combined with some not so fun parts. It was a time of re-assessing my businesses, refining the processes, removing some services and growing […]

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South West Secrets

Western Australia is an amazingly diverse state, with over 12,500 kilometres of coastline and 2.6 million square kilometres of land, there is always something to be explored and discovered. Most people when they hear Western Australia, they think of iron ore, mining, deserts and a dry, dusty place. Over the last […]

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