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Patyegarang Place

The local Inner West Aboriginal community came together last week to create a new art work for Patyegarang Place – the site for the new Marrickville Library. The community spent the day engaging in the history and story of Patyegarang who was an Aboriginal woman from the Cadigal people of the Eora nation who taught the language of her people to the […]

The Rushing Hour

Do you want fashion that is sustainable, recycled, charitable and completely stunning! Do you want to know WHO makes your clothes? Then it’s a MUST to get onto The Rushing Hour! I have worked closely with this brand over the past two seasons and what Jac is doing with her brand is unbelievable – this […]

On the odd occasion I get asked if I can photograph a wedding – this usually comes from couples who want a reportage/documentary feeling to their wedding record – an accurate representation of the day without too much posing and fluff. And I often know the couple! Couples I work with are always a little different to […]

Leichhardt Legend

Last Saturday the Inner West Council, along with the Rugby League Players’ Association had a special unveiling at Leichhardt Oval of a plaque dedicated to Rugby League legend Dennis Tutty. Dennis Tutty is a legend of the sport and was respnsible for bringing down the leagues unfair transfer policies. When he was playing for the […]

“The Design Hall of Fame Program celebrates the work of eminent designers and their significant contribution to Australia’s economic development and cultural identity.”   In 2017, 10 new members were inducted into the Design Institute of Australia’s Hall of Fame. The Sydney Edition  of the presentation event took place on 2 November 2017 where the […]

SHEDDING THE STIGMA   SYDNEY UNIVERSITY VETERINARY FACULTY NUDE CHARITY CALENDAR   A few weeks ago I photographed the annual University of Sydney Veterinary Faculty’s nude calendar. Veterinary Science & Animal and Veterinary Bioscience students shed their clothing for a good cause.   ‘For almost a decade, University of Sydney veterinary students have bared all to […]

Streets of Siena

A Tuscan Treasure As we open to shutters of our Siena apartment we are greeted by the most extraordinary sight, The Duomo of Santa Maria Assunta. This cathedral dominates the hill that Siena is built on. The town’s medieval gothic architecture is a sight to behold and makes this Tuscan town one of Italy’s most […]