Some personal work recently featured in Vision Magazine. Hop on over here to check it out or click on the images below.
Nice to have some work featured again in this year’s Capture Magazine Annual under the Fine Art, Landscape & Travel categories.
Pick up a copy for a little end-of-year photographic inspiration.
Fine Art | Lost in Oblivion II
Landscape | Salt Stacks, Adelaide
Travel | Incense Sticks, Malaysia
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
Ever wondered what a drive from Melbourne to Broome would look like?
I recently got the opportunity to do just that. Changing landscapes, changing colours and changing weather… More than 8000km condensed to a spritely 8 minutes. Enjoy. 🙂
It’s not very often as photographers that we get paid to shoot pretty landscapes, and even rarer that we get paid to kick back in 5-star luxury, so when a job like this comes along it reminds me of why I fell in love with photography in the first place!
Shot for the amazing Buckland Luxury Retreat in Victoria’s spectacular Alpine region, this was the perfect mix of my favourite two subjects: landscape and architectural photography.
If you’re looking to recharge your batteries and get away from it all check out the video below and go book yourself a luxurious weekend away.
Made up of almost 30,000 still images shot over the course of 4 days and condensed to 2 minutes and 43 seconds. Enjoy.
Some recent product photography.
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.
Recent photography for product catalogue cover.
Happy new year folks!
Hope you’re all well rested, feeling rejuvenated and ready to tackle 2013 with gusto.
And what better way to kick off a new year than with a spiffy new calendar for your wall.
Ok, so I’ll be the first to admit the life of a calendar “artist” probably isn’t a quick path to riches (unless you’re Ken Duncan of course!) but it has become a nice tradition of sorts over the past 5 years – and a good excuse to share some personal work with friends and family each year.
So, if you’ve still got an empty spot on your wall, a couple of bucks in your pocket, and could use a little more colour in your life hop on over and get one while the year is young!
Here’s wishing you and yours every success and happiness in 2013!!