Yesterday, Anthony and I had the privilege of photographing Wes, Heidi and their newborn, son Chase (11 days old) along with Archie, his big brother. Chase was wide-eyed and alert, perfectly tiny and just gorgeous. Our first newborn baby shoot for the year, Wes and Heidi were gracious and incredibly patient as we rearranged cushions,… View Article
Tim and Eliza who met in Scotland, had a wonderful and intimate wedding, last weekend. Planning a wedding from overseas is a task I wouldn’t want to tackle, but Tim & Eliza, with the help of their friends did an amazing job! The day went smoothly and without a hitch. Even the weather co-operated and… View Article
This photoshoot is a little special, as its actually Archie’s birthday today – he turns one !! We took some shots inside and outside in his cubby house. He is quite a serious little fella but has a great smile
Here’s a preview of a children’s photoshoot today. Such little bundles of energy and smiles !
Over the weekend, I took a drive out to Noojee to take some landscape photos. It was quite a nice drive and the rain cleared about 10 minutes after I arrived – great timing ! Named after the aboriginal word meaning ‘contentment’ or ‘place to rest’, Noojee is a picturesque town nestled on the banks… View Article
Created a short 30 sec slideshow of the recent baby photoshoot with Benny: (please wait while the video loads) Baby Shoot: Benny
Had the great privilege of visiting my friends Eric and Rebecca and having a baby photoshoot with little Benedict. He is such a cute boy with a great smile, full of energy and expression! Hope you guys enjoy the photos – here is a sneak preview.
The city is quite beautiful at night with all the different coloured lights. Reminds me of the Snow Patrol song – ‘Take back the city’. Anyway, here are some shots from a short trip out in the city at night time. Again using longer exposure times to capture the image as it was quite dark.
Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is commonly called “Lunar New Year”, because it is based on the lunisolar Chinese calendar. (Source: Wikipedia) Here are some photos from the festivities in Melbourne.