Archive for July 2009

local GFC

July 23rd, 2009 — 1:55am

Here’s another little something I’ve been plugging away at.  It’s my GFC series.

Most people who know me acknowledged that leaving my studio gig was a good idea, but there sure are a lot of us who are unemployed right now.  These images are a response to the GFC and the feeling of solitude that accompanies time between jobs.

It was something fun i wanted to do while playing with my speedlights.  It’s always good to keep your eye in, so this has been a good excuse.

I’m not really sure where it’s all going, but I have a few more ideas.




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Victoria’s Mt. Bogong

July 23rd, 2009 — 12:43am

Spent a week in the Victorian backcountry with some mates last week.  It was an amazing week, noone else on the slopes.  Some pics of the crew and the snow.  Fresh tracks in the powder all week.  Thought I’d include some of the pics that won’t make the portfolio.

It was interesting to face some challenges I’m not used to, like short battery life, extreme wind and cold and for some reason, short radio transmitter range.  Might have just been the cold batteries, I guess.






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About. aka: The Beginning

July 22nd, 2009 — 8:37pm

Dear World,

I am a photographer living in Sydney.  I worked in San Francisco for 4 years for a couple agencies and as a freelancer.

I recently left my studio job to do more intimate documentary and editorial work.  I’m going to try to make ends meet making the images I want, rather than doing catalogue work.  We’ll see how that goes.  This blog will house some of my work and some thoughts on the goings on around the photography scene in Australia and abroad.

My portfolio is available at

Japanese Proverb

Tsuki yuki hana wa ichido ni nagamerareno:  The moon, snow, and flowers cannot all be viewed at once.

just so we can get better acquainted, here I am on Mt. Bogong last week.  Thanks to Angus for the shot.


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