• Photographer Perth

    insights & perspectives

  • Photographer Perth

    insights & perspectives

  • Photographer Perth

    insights & perspectives

A Japanese Story & Images

March 2018

As we board the 6:40am Saturday 24 March Singapore Airlines flight from Perth to Tokyo via Singapore we are reminded of Bronte’s 8pm (Friday night) departure 2 hours before us from London aboard Asiana Airlines via Seoul. She with glass of red wine in hand wishing she had booked the direct flight with British Airways and us actually enjoying a good coffee (amazing at Perth airport!).

The mayhem of those trying to push into the Perth departure queue to board contrasted vastly with the orderliness of the Singapore to Tokyo leg. Orielle and I had been looking forward to chilling watching binge movies ++ and were not disappointed – me with Breathe & Call Me By Your Name on the first leg followed by The Shape of Water, Paddington 2 and Loving Vincent on the second leg (was soooo hoping we had at least a 6 hour flight to fit them all in … tragic, I know!).

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Great Journey - Great Britain

July 2017

So our three week, three generations journey begins (grandparents Heather & Bruce, parents Serena & Kingsley and daughters Orielle and Bronte) with the main aim for us all to see Bronte and experience her London life plus journey to Scotland (having been obsessed with Outlander) and Cornwall to discover the Cornish Miners region of Kingsley's ancestors. I have packed my new toy, a Phantom 4 drone, in the hope of shooting some amazing abstract aerial landscapes.DAY 1 - The Long Haul ... Perth to London

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An Invitation to Israel

July 2016

Those that know me know that I never miss out on once-in-a-lifetime experiences … the Pushcar Camel Festival in Rajasthan, a girls trip to Morocco, seeing Cuba before it changes, hot air ballooning, helicopter rides over the mighty Zambesi, being chased by hippos on the Okavango River, attending a Hindu wedding in Kuala Lumpur…the list does and will continue to go on!

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Dark Mofo in Hobart

June 2016

Our adventure to the MONA Dark Mofo festival begins with an early 4.15 am taxi pick up, arriving in Hobart via Melbourne at 3pm. Could have sworn we were in regional Kalgoorlie with our exit from the plane via ramp and an airport about the same size.

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Mexico & Cuba - a colourful cocktail

November 2015

Our central American adventure begins – the one of restless sleep, the maxi taxi, the 4am pickup of Denise and David and the October departure had Denise and I reminiscing of our Vietnam family holiday way back in 2006!

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The Artistry of Spain & Venice

June 2014

I sit here in our arty Air B&B apartment on Day 2 of the Artistry of Spain & Venice soujourne with the sun just setting (at 9.40pm) and having just had a hot shower (and a couple of vinos) to relieve the muscle spasms from walking Madrid all day with only ONE camera but a bag full of lenses JUST in case!!!

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Morocco - the spice of life

September 2013

Traveling to Morocco in Northern Africa is not cheap but every penny spent there is totally worth it. The country has a lot to offer – beautiful scenery, tasty food, hospitable people, and a quality and simplicity of life that is rare in our days. These are the things that (in my eyes) make Morocco one of a kind travel experience.

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