There is nothing quite like the feeling of getting on plane and venturing to international territory, especially when you haven't done it in years! I can't remember who said it but the phrase "Seize...

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Venturing West of Melbourne after New Years Day brought smiles on everyones faces. The Mcallister river near Licola was our destination. Floating down the river on rubber tubes, eating duck a l'orange...

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In 2013 I was commissioned to do and extensive photograph study for Belrose Aged Care in and around Perth, Western Australia. Nandor Rokosi from Rakosi...

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Photographing Architecture may seem like an easy task at first. The ability to read the building and interpret buildings assists in giving the images life that communicate the building to its audience. The...

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Early in 2013 Agilent asked me to photograph various aspects of their new Spectroscopy Technology Innovation Centre so that environmental wall graphics could be made from these images. Below you...

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Photography of Paintings There are a lot of reasons that you may want to photograph a painting, drawing or object in question. One question I get asked often is what is the best way to do this....

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The very lovely Jenny Loft is having another exhibition of her glass and manipulated photographic images at Stephen McLaughlan gallery opening on October 20th 2012 from 2PM to 5PM. The gallery can...

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Stephen Benwell, a long time client of ours at Parallax Photography is having an exhibition of his recent Ceramics and Paintings in Adelaide at the Greenaway gallery from September the 19th til...

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I was asked to do the photography for Nexus Design's work with Euroluce in Melbourne. The full post from Nexus can be found 

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