New England National Park

Visiting New England National Park is a bit like stepping into Jurassic Park. The lush and ancient landscape feels like something from the movies and its easy to image a dinosaur waiting for you around every corner. The park includes some outstanding walking tracks, ranging from difficult, steep tracks hugging rugged mountainsides through to rock hoping along creek beds passing …

Wandering through the Warrumbungles

Shadowing the sleepy township of Coonabarabran in the far Central West of NSW, the Warrambungles are stand formidable in a unique landscape. The remnants of a large heavily eroded shield volcano the name Warrambunle comes from the local Kamilaroi language meaning ‘crooked mountains’. The area features a number of jagged outcrops in a roughly circular formation. Some of the most …

Shearing in the New England High Country

Over the past few years I have been photographing shearing in a number of Shearing Sheds in the New England Area. The eventual plan for these images is to produce a coffee table book featuring this uniquely Australian vocation and our beautiful and historic local sheds. I recently penned a few words for a New England Living Magazine that featured …

Wright Wedding

At the end of 2018 I travelled up to Tewantin in Queensland to photograph the wedding of an old school mate Chris and his lovely partner Kelly. These guys organised a beautiful, relaxed backyard wedding that was great fun to shoot. It was also really nice to catch up with old mates…hardly felt like work!!