Photography has given me access to some incredible places. The RSPCA in Burwood is one of those such places where i was commissioned to shoot a case study for Kaeser air compressors. The RSPCA uses the compressors to manufacture Oxygen and so is used regularly during a typical day at a veterinary practice. You can check out the full story here: Kaeser case study
On a gorgeous summer evening I spent a number of hours capturing the sights of Stkilda and the bay for my long term client the City of Port Phillip. Some beautiful light made for some spectacular images and the Eureka tower decided to put on an incredible show reflecting light high into the sky.
Check out my recent time lapse sequence i created for Desypher architects. I chose a conceptual approach to capture the light passing through the perforations in the buildings exterior. The building being the Islamic Museum of Australia located in Thornbury, Victoria.
I was lucky enough to be commissioned to shoot an interior in Alice Springs recently. After consulting with the boss (beautiful understanding wife of a photographer) I managed to grab a few days after the shoot to indulge my love of the landscape. I spent 3 days heading east and west of Alice in search of what i didn't really know. In my photographic art I don't choose a topic or direction I simply follow my nose and where and what i end up with becomes dependant on my connection with a place. Of course a 'connection' can be anything at any time and is reliant on my state of mind, my energy and my subconscious at the time of which I only really get a handle on when looking back over the images. It seems I have been making connections with structures perhaps as a result of my concerted push into architecture photography. However when looking at the landscapes captured I found similarities in composition, structure and tonality. It seems my style merely adapts to the subject matter notably using the vertical format and graphic lines.