How I shot the Super Red Moon

Last weeks Super Blood Moon in Sydney. It doesn’t happen too often when you get both an eclipse and a blood moon. So I guess that’s why they call it a super blood moon. It was my first time attempting either an eclipse or a blood moon so I was interested to see how easyContinue reading “How I shot the Super Red Moon”

Colours of Canberra

Back in the early 2000’s I was lucky enough to live in work in out National Capital. More specifically I worked the in press gallery in Parliament House, it was a awesome time and many a day was spent chasing after politicians and their many events. Being a little younger and not at a timeContinue reading “Colours of Canberra”

Camden’s MacArthur Park in Autumn light

I spent many a days of my childhood at this place, the beautiful MacArthur Park in the heart of Camden, NSW. Located about a hours drive from the Sydney CBD, Camden is one of my favorite places in Sydney. Surrounded by Churches and Cafe’s MacArthur Park is a great place to visit whether it beContinue reading “Camden’s MacArthur Park in Autumn light”

Sydney’s The Rocks Part 1

It’s been awhile since I’ve headed to the awesome and historic Sydney’s The Rocks. I should have not waited so long because I forgot how beautiful it is to photograph there. One of Sydney’s oldest sights The Rocks is just full of great photography opportunities. With a cool mixture of old Sydney and new SydneyContinue reading “Sydney’s The Rocks Part 1”

Behind the Picture:New York “City on Fire”

I’v taken many a picture in my lifetime and I’d have to say that this is my favorite. It also happens to be in my favorite city besides Sydney, NYC. It is indeed the city that never sleeps.The chaos and excitement of being in NYC is something I think everyone should experience in their lifetime.Continue reading “Behind the Picture:New York “City on Fire””