I’m pleased to be partnering with the Australian Himalayan Foundation (AHF) and Canon Australia in a fund raising event for the AHF’s Nepal Earthquake Appeal. If you’re in and around Sydney this is a chance to see the first cinema screening of my Tales by Light episode on the big screen and in glorious 4K (that’s Ultra High Definition). I’ll also be sharing a few behind the scenes stories. Click here for more information and to buy tickets. Look forward to […]
I’m honoured to be one of five photographers selected for the new National Geographic Channel series Tales by Light. The six part series follows in the footsteps of Art Wolfe, Darren Jew, Krystle Wright, Peter Eastway and myself as we travel around the world for our craft. Shot in 15 countries over the course of one year, Tales by Light is an insight into what it takes to capture images that tell powerful stories. The series was produced, directed and shot […]
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The photography trips to Bamurru Plains in Australia’s Northern Territory, Tibet and Peru in the first half of this year provided lots of fantastic photo opportunities and travel experiences. There are still a couple more trips to go this year and the first of the 2015 photography tours and workshops are now open for booking. Follow the links for more info or feel free to email questions directly to me. Here’s what’s coming up. Switzerland, September 2014 I’m pleased to […]
CANON MASTERS SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS To the ends of the earth Melbourne Tuesday 4 March & Sydney Wednesday 5 March The first seminars and workshops in the Canon Masters series have been announced and I’m very pleased to be teaming up with Krystle Wright, Adventure Sports Photographer, to present a one day workshop and a two hour seminar in both Melbourne and Sydney. See the attached info sheets for details or click on the links below to book tickets. Look forward to seeing […]
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Thailand’s Vegetarian Festival is extraordinary. For nine days and nights devotees, primarily Thais with Chinese ancestry, wear white, observe a vegetarian diet, abstain from alcohol and sex and perform religious rites to purify body and mind. Celebrated most famously in Phuket, the festival sees gods from the temples paraded around town on palanquins. The raucous processions are incessantly showered with fire crackers, filling the air with noise, smoke and red paper. However, what makes the festival such a remarkable spectacle […]
For four nights in late October I went out to photograph the aurora borealis with Marianne and George from Marianne’s Heaven on Earth Aurora Chaser Tours in Tromso, Norway. These images are from the two most spectacular nights. Chasing, watching, waiting and shooting the aurora is now right up there with my most memorable adventures. It was a truly exciting travel and photographic experience.
Images from Turkey, shot on my photography tour for World Expeditions with a small group of enthusiast photographers. See the Turkey Gallery for more images.
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Here’s a small selection of images from the Top End Wilderness Photo Safari at Bamurru Plains where a small group of photography enthusiasts were treated to an amazing array of bird and wildlife on this remote floodplain property and some spectacular wilderness landscapes in Bamurru Plains and Arnhem Land, on the ground and from the air. Getting around the floodplains on air boats, watching the sun rise and set at quintessential billabong locations and climbing Injalak Hill in Arnhem Land to see remarkable […]
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Just back from a brilliant two weeks in Bhutan escorting a World Expeditions group around some of the country’s highlights including Tiger’s Nest Monastery, the Paro festival, and the awesome Dzongs at Trongsa, Jakar and Punakha. Check out the image gallery for lots more photographs.
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