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June 11th, 2010 by admin

I had a pretty major shoot on recently, it involved shooting in a new and different way for me (no it wasn’t video), and the results should be online pretty soon.

car in studio

The first part of the shoot involved the car in a studio, and I used Dragon Image‘s new cyc with their massive lightbank softbox. I liked the results and the lightbank certainly made things easier in regards to positioning.

car hangar

The second component of the shoot involved a location and after scouting various styles of locations, I managed to find a great aircraft hangar at Bankstown Airport. The car was the only one in the country so far, and it impressed me in many ways. Stay tuned…


June 11th, 2010 by admin


Yes, it has been a while. After World Time Attack, I had shoots for 4 days straight, and was hit with a nasty cold/flu that I still haven’t been able to shake. Grrr. So stay tuned for a couple of small updates….Brought to you by Pseudoephedrine….


May 20th, 2010 by admin

I’ll be at Eastern Creek for the next few days covering the World Time Attack Challenge. My day 1 report is up on MotorMavens already. Today, I was blown away by the Sierra Sierra EVO.

Sierra Sierra EVO Eastern Creek

More to come.


May 16th, 2010 by admin

In the vein of Jumping on Beds, I present, Jumping at Work.
For Issue 85 of Auto Salon Magazine, we needed a team photo for the behind the scenes section on ASM. You probably have all seen the serious looking double page spread shot on pages 88-89 in issue 85.

auto salon team jumping

Of course being the serious kind of people we are, we just had to take a few shots in various poses.

auto salon team jumping

This was supposed to be our Jordan Jumpman pose:

And our massai warrior shot:
auto salon team jumping massai warrior

William always brought his Angry face out:
auto salon team jumping angry face

Some street fighter moves are always a good idea:
auto salon team jumping street fighter

Note the gamblers in the background:
auto salon team jumping street fighter

And of course we had to do a boy band shot:
auto salon team jumping boy band

This time with feeling:
auto salon team jumping boy band

Why not smash papz at the end of it:
auto salon team jumping

Ghost who walks

May 15th, 2010 by admin

Phantom detection gallery exhibit
Valentina Schulte is a friend who’s photography is quite different to mine. She is all about art. Most of my shots are to fill a need for my client, while Val shoots for herself.

phantom detection gallery exhibit

She recently held an exhibition to show off a new range of art works she took while in Japan, as part of the Head On photo festival for 2010.

phantom detection gallery exhibit

I went along to check it all out and loved the set of prints. One cool thing I later found out, all the photos were taken on a Bronica ETRS Medium Format Camera than I sold to Val a few years ago.

phantom detection gallery exhibit


May 15th, 2010 by admin

I had a shoot for Auto Salon’s marketing campaign this week, and took this snap of Garth. It’s my Terry Richardson style portrait of him.
garth terry richardson style


May 15th, 2010 by admin

I have tried to put on as much of my own content as possible, but this site deserves a special mention.


It’s amazing.


May 6th, 2010 by admin

I’m up on the Gold Coast at the moment, here til Saturday then heading for 2 days to Melbourne for a shoot.
More updates next week.

Hooray for Bollywood

April 30th, 2010 by admin

I’m working on a project at the moment that entails production of a promotional video for a Bollywood dancer/choreographer. It’s a fun project and I can’t wait to show the video. The first day of shoot wrapped up yesterday, and along with some great video footage, I captured some stills. Here’s one I liked.

Alan Wake

April 30th, 2010 by admin

Alan Wake is a new game that comes out in May, and I was recently involved in a preview event, where selected gamers experienced the game in a unique environment.

The location was called QStation, the North Head Quarantine centre. Over 500 people died there, and it’s known as the most haunted area in all of Australia. Being such a dark and immersive game, it was really suited to this type of test.

There definitely was a creepy vibe to the place.

The game was played in some of the most haunted rooms with heart monitors and video cameras to capture the player’s reactions, and the official website with more of my photos is here.

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