Very pleased to be a finalist this year in the Our Impact category of Australian Geographic’s Nature Photographer of the Year competition. The image below – Salt Stacks – was taken just north of Adelaide, in South Australia. The image has since been used in Australian Geographic’s promotional material and featured in the Australian Nature Photographer of the Year exhibition in Sydney and Adelaide.
You can see an incredible range of work on the competition website over here.
For all things Kimberley check out my new portfolio at www.discoverthekimberley.com.au.
The new website hosts my entire Kimberley collection including photos, videos, calendars and a new Kimberley blog. All images are now available for download and use as stock.
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Another new calendar to celebrate a fresh start to a new year. Hope this finds everybody well!
All images taken from our Melbourne to Broome road-trip a couple of years back and one or two from our time exploring the amazing Kimberley. Enjoy.
New and updated Kimberley Calendar for friends travelling in the Kimberley.
To see more click through on the cover image below or hop on over here. Enjoy.
If Melbourne is Australia’s rich and vibrant cultural hub, the Kimberley in Australia’s far north west is true Australian outback. Red rocky ranges, unspoilt landscapes and a sense of scale and geological history unlike anything I’ve seen before. Truly spectacular!
Very few people get the opportunity to see Australia’s remote Kimberley region in the country’s far north west, and even fewer see the Kimberley’s rugged north coast. This is as rugged as rugged gets.
Accessible only to outsiders by boat or plane the Kimberley Coast and the Admiralty Gulf are a sight to behold – this is a place where ancient landforms are framed with pristine turquoise waters, and sacred burial sites mark the home of a 50,000-year-old Aboriginal culture. Remarkable.
Some stills from my recent drive from Melbourne to Broome. Almost 9000km! What a trip.
Corrong National Park, VIC
Kangaroo Island, SA
Beekeepers Reserve, WA
Ningaloo Reef, WA
It’s been a productive start to the year putting the finishing touches to the new website.
Completely overhauled, it’s now updated with lots of newer work, MUCH larger images, improved navigation and quick loading times. Plus, it’s now finally optimized for the iPad and iPhone.
So if you haven’t stopped by recently hop on over and take her for a test drive.
Was great to get some work recognized across a range of categories at this year’s International Photography Masters Cup.
Some Honorable Mentions and Nominees below……
Honorable Mention, Still Life
Honorable Mention, Silhouette