Jump!

As photographers we learn to appreciate light in all its forms. When working with natural light we are totally at the mercy of the elements, which can often mean waiting for hours, if not days, for the conditions to create the image we see in our mind's eye. When we work with flash, however, we... Continue Reading →

BTS

Here's another outtake from a really fun photo shoot. A BTS if you like. And just to prove that I'm still young and hip, I actually know what it stands for! Behind the Scenes.   Lying on the ground there is good buddy Dave (@dcphoto). Dave and I were both contracted to photograph a new... Continue Reading →

Beautiful Pelorus

One of the advantages of writing my own blog is I get to look back on past assignments and reminisce. This was a short trip but one filled with amazing scenery and friendly people. I had the pleasure of photographing a Coral Princess cruise from Townsville to Cairns, sailing through the beautiful waters of the... Continue Reading →

Always Walk Forward

To stay relevant as a professional artist you need to be constantly pushing yourself. To stay interested as an amateur artist you need to be constantly pushing yourself. For me, this image represents a major step in my development as a photographer and my ability to create different types of imagery. This is actually the... Continue Reading →

The long drop to beat all long drops

Another fact of doing assignment photography is that you often have to photograph something when you're there. Not when you'd like to be there, but when you schedule dictates you have to be there. And that's when it's up to you to do the best you can with the lighting conditions mother nature throws at... Continue Reading →

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