Exercise heaven

If you're a fitness enthusiast then this part of the world really is especially made for you. With warm, tropical weather all year round and a plethora of sunshine there really is no excuse not to get out and about in the great outdoors. Nowhere is this easier to see than on the foreshores of... 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 →

Living life the traditional way

A few years ago now I had the wonderful opportunity to spend a few days up on Cape York with Cathy Freeman, the world-famous aboriginal runner. I was the stills photographer on a TV shoot where she would visit remote aboriginal communities and learn about the local culture. Our trip was to the remote western... Continue Reading →

Orpheus beauty

Far north Queensland is home to one of the most renowned Marine Science university degrees in the world. Done through James Cook University, one of the highlights of the course is a trip to the beautiful Orpheus Island. I had an opportunity to spend some time photographing the facilities and this was the view that... Continue Reading →

Miles and miles of beach

So this is one thing we're justifiably famous for here in Queensland. Miles and miles of pristine beach free from invading hordes. Yes you can pretty much find kilometres of basically empty beach on which to take a leisurely stroll. Nobody trying to sell you a sarong, offer you a massage or entice you with... Continue Reading →

The curse of the palm tree

People love palm trees. I get it. They remind you of somewhere warm. They're picturesque and have a sense of romance about them. You can imagine yourself sitting underneath sipping on a Pina Colada. So this is a reminder to myself that they're actually quite beautiful. Why do I need to remind myself? Because I... Continue Reading →

Noah Creek sunrise

The edges of the day are where the magic happens for photographers. Well, at least those who live pretty close to the equator. For those of us in the tropics the sun gets pretty much too harsh for beautiful images a couple of hours after the sun pokes its head above the horizon. Something that... Continue Reading →

The world from above

Getting up above the world is a great way to get a whole new perspective on a landscape. You can put things in a perspective not possible from the ground, and use a longer lens to isolate parts of the environment to create abstracts from nature. If you haven't gone the drone route however (and... Continue Reading →

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