As the official photographer for the 2016 MFMW Festival I had a week of fun, wine and culinary adventures and met a lot of friendly folks in between!
I spent a very special evening capturing this event on my beautiful Mamiya and canon film cameras using 3200ISO film - love seeing all that grain. What a memorable show indeed.
This event was part of Melbourne Arts Festival 2015. Melbourne Town Hall.
I document my life on my first ever camera: the ever trustworthy 35mm film camera, the mighty Canon AE-1.
I take it out occasionally - when the light is right, I am knocked off work or my bag has some room in it.
Its photography for the fun of it.
You will see road trips to Broken Hill, Plane rides to Los Angeles, train trips through Japan and lazy afternoons at home.
This is an ongoing project.
I have had the pleasure of working with Frankie Magazine for the last few years. They send me to weird and wonderful places and I get to meet some pretty special humans along the way. Here is just a few of them.
Based in my hometown of Daylesford, the Lake House is always a place I love to revisit. I work closely with the team to produce yearly images celebrating all that is The Lake House.
A brief afternoon shoot at Heston's Melbourne pop up restaurant presented a whirl of conversation and an extraordinary culinary experience.