Renae and baby boy Ethan in Hudiksvall, Sweden, shot with my Leica M6
Lee and Bronte and some wild flowers in Hudiksvall, Sweden – summer 2016
Something about these streets | Stockholm, Sweden shot with my Leica M6
My brother Andre and his youngest daughter, Mosa
A bush walk in the Blue Mountains with my adventure buds – Edie, Anna and Simon.
Hugo and Holly and lights and fire at the Hill End Festival, April 2016
A long weekend at Hill End, a tiny old gold rush town a few hours west of Sydney, with the best people.
A long weekend spent in Hill End, a tiny old gold rush town a few hours west of Sydney, with the very best people.
Tillandsia love | A shoot for Plant by Packwood featuring Anne Moffat
Behind the scenes on a shoot for Plant by Packwood with model Anne Moffat
Based on a True Story | Amelia at Vaucluse House
Maddy, Isabella and I went camping at Uloola Falls (via Karloo Pools) in the Royal National Park and it was just right.
I Was Wondering 'Bout You and That Girl
The water, the water! | I just can’t get enough of these little ladies. Every time I see them they’ve grown a tad taller, lost another tooth and picked up another skill. I know I’m biased but I find them endlessly fascinating and delightful. A simple thing like a visit to the beach is an adventure, their tiny faces full of wonder. I still feel unsure and a little afraid of motherhood but when it comes to being an aunty I have no doubts.
Kind of Like Oceans | It was a public holiday and Bronte beach was packed. The surf was so rough and everyone was getting knocked around by the waves. Not quite the relaxing dip I was hoping for so I hopped out and took a few snaps instead.
You will take the east side and I will take the west. (We had everything for a little while.)
Maddy in the spring time
We found a rundown old race course on the way back from the TarraWarra Museum of Art | Chloe, BC and Michael in Melbourne
Cape Town, South Africa
Our Sunshine (Summer Longing) | I can't conjure up the sensation of sweat on my skin as a warm breeze blows. I don't recall those still nights. When did cool water provide any relief at all?