Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Monday, December 6, 2010
Friday, December 3, 2010
Monday, October 4, 2010
Shot a fashion shoot with a young model Aimee Suckling recently. I asked her to let go nuts and make a couple of faces, ugly it up a bit and leave those inhibitions at the door!!, anyway, she didnt stop and I just kept clickin...made an interesting montage.
There was a desolate field out in Sunshine that looked like some kind of nuclear wasteland. Unfortunately we were only able to get 2 takes before the sun disappeared. Luckily we had a generator and a couple of work lights handy. Check out Stephanie on bass. There were some very sore necks the following day.
Friday, October 1, 2010
Friday, August 6, 2010
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
I've got quite a few lucky shots. The more I practice and refine my craft, the luckier I get.
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Thursday, April 29, 2010
2 580 EXII's through brollies to the right of camera. Backlit with a sunset over Melbourne from Kew. First musician shot in a while. For cover art on his new album. I've also shot a couple of music clips for Marc now.
After we visited Bill's final resting place, Rom traipsed his muddy shoes through the hotel. And not just a little bit. He couldn't find his room, so he wandered the corridors for like 5 minutes before he finally found it.
This was after I'd cleaned up the mess a little.
I was in a band in the early '80's, OK it was the late '70's (in my previous life as a musician) and one of the nice guys in the business was our drummer, Bill George. Rom used to take photos of the band back then and he also got to know Bill pretty well. We had a wedding come up in Port Fairy, and Bill lived in a small country town close by, so we thought 'hey let's drop in!' We hadn't seen him in nearly 15 years, and he would have really enjoyed a surprise visit.
Unfortunately we were 2 weeks too late.
Sadly missed by all, especially the lovely Gwen.
Sunset in Samporna shot with my iPhone.
We went diving in Sipadan the next day.
I can't explain how amazing that was. If I had a waterproof housing for my iPhone I would have gone nuts with shots.
Thanks to Scuba Junkies in Samporna!
I shot this on my iPhone during my last night in Kuala Lumpur. Nobody else seemed to see the irony of the situation.