My first major solo exhibition was a wonderful experience. A huge thank you to the University of Tasmania that invited me and sponsored the exhibition. Thanks to Dr Bob Brown who generously opened the exhibition for me and who gave a truly inspirational speech and I am still staggered from his comments about my work.
Two of my landscape images were finalists in the 2018 Australian Photography Awards.
After many many years of AIPP membership and entering into state and national awards back to back I have finally attained the title of Master of Photography. It is something that I am very proud of.
A recent and first time visit to Cradle Mountain National Park
I have recently re-edited this aerial image taken in 2015.
My Makers Workshop image was named in the Top 101 International Landscape Photographs of the Year. Obviously there isnt much news in Burnie.
Found out today that my aerial image of Williamstown Yacht Club made the final cut of the recent Australian Photography Awards in the Landscape and Environment category. :-)
Found out this week that my "Makers Workshop" image taken in Burnie Tasmania last year was selected as a finalist in the 2016 Epson International Pano Awards (Built Environment). This images was specifically cropped to a 2:1 ratio to meet the strict Pano Award specifications.
Manage to secure two silver distinctions and two silver awards at the recent AIPP APPA awards held in Melbourne. Below are the four images that I submitted.
Last night I was awarded the 2016 AIPP Victorian Landscape Photographer of the Year.
After being runner up last year in the Landscape category and the year before runner up in the Illustrative category it has finally happened. My first major category win and to say I'm thrilled is the understatement of the year. Thanks to the AIPP, Epson, Nikon, Thirds Fine Art Printing and of course my ZoJo and our beautiful babies for all their love and support.
Skene's Creek Victoria.
Melbourne Docklands with Etihad Stadium.
A cute couple. Taken in Myer Department Store.
Flying over Williamstown.
Textured ocean scene
Got to fly over the middle of the Westgate Bridge the other day.
Got the lend of a great little camera from Nikon Australia recently. The Nikon P900 has an incredible 83X optical zoom. That equates to the equivalent of a 24-2000 mm zoom lens. There's nothing else like it on the market. Here are a few shots that I took tonight of an amazing full moon.