5 film photographer dudes, 8 days away from the screen in the NT, a bit of gratuitous nudity, and a whole lot more images to come. Taken on a 1920′s Gundlach Korona 4×5 field camera (the only camera I took) / Kodak TXP 320 at Kakadu National Park.
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In August last year I spent a fortnight in New York. I was never really all that interested in the place, preferring to go the oh-so subversive route away from large cities when travelling, but enough people got in my ear about it, and with me being at a wedding in Boston it seemed only […]
It was super humbling to be named Capture Magazines 2014 Emerging Photographer of the Year for 2014. Picked from some 460 photographers, I was lucky enough to take out the portrait category also, as well as finalist places in both Documentary/Journalism and Wedding categories. More than anything else I was stoked that a majority of […]
Jai (www.freethebird.com.au) invited me to come shoot Monday morning before work, with Georgia & Joanna. I haven’t done much in the way of personal stuff for months, so couldn’t say no to greasing the cogs. All images taken with (very) expired film.
Another badass music video by maestros Oh Yeah Wow was released yesterday – I got to hang out getting behind the scenes photos. This one was a mammoth 26 hour day where director Darcy spent it all inside an elaborate prosthetic suit. Check the clip out at the bottom. Stills are a mixture of digital, […]
Last week, a brainwave descended forth to me from the clouds above imploring us to get down my good pal Johns lab guy to our new space, Castor & Pollux*, to show us the ins and outs of developing our own film. The legend said yes, brought a bunch of gear we didn’t already have, […]
Photography is my main deal this year, for sure. But I’m always dabbling in other little ventures – and I find they usually have takeaways that are useful for photography. If I wasn’t a photographer, I reckon I’d probably be designing taps and shower heads. I love bathroom fittings. Man, I love a good tap. […]
I’d made a fairly conscious effort to avoid fashion, only wanting to do it if there was a way to do it “my way”. I had no idea that would come in the form of a campaign for the legends at SOSUME and a “do whatever you want” brief, literally. I know it’s probably far […]