Flew to Adelaide a few weeks ago to watch my younger sister compete for Australia in the World Duathlon Champs. She has been training religiously and working toward this goal for a while and it was a blessing to be able to see her compete wearing the green and gold. She also is my jump in … Continue reading Shoot: Dream it and do it.
Model: Yolandi Swart- Model Portfolio Photoshoot seemingly out in the middle of nowhere, this little escape was a perfect location for telling this story.
A whimsical fairyland inspired shoot. Jen is relatively new to modelling and she has been competing in modelling contests and pageants across Eastern Australia. This shoot was an introduction to portraits outside of a studio and working on posing to tell a story. Check out Jen's StarNow profile here.
As the family photographer I was quickly recruited to take some photos for my sisters formal. Dress: Seduce Hair and Makeup by: Lenmar Hair & Beauty
"Grad Show" 29 November - 8 December 2013 The ANU School of Art will be hosting an exhibition to display this years Graduates. Opening 6pm Friday 29 November by Dr Michael Brand, Director, Art Gallery of NSW Exhibition 2013 showing across the entire school and galleries. The exhibition showcases the work of students completing awards in our … Continue reading 2013 Graduating Exhibition
My photography assessment was scheduled Tuesday 12th at 930am (and goes for 30 minutes), however everyone could request different amounts of time to do the set up (I requested the longest possible knowing it would be a marathon to install!). Lucky I was able to start setting the day before. Here is a breakdown of my … Continue reading Grad project : “Shattered”
“The Future of the Professional Photographer” Author: Tiffany Roweth Fact: More than 28% of people own a Digital SLR camera (survey of 2,245 people) Fact: 25% of people have said that their phone's camera is their primary camera because they don't see the need to carry around an additional device. (Survey of 566 people) Fact: … Continue reading The Future of the Professional Photographer