A Photographer in Melbourne, Australia. This is what I see, plus a few creative projects. I also work on @Foliolio | @CanonAustralia Insider Circle.
Towards the end of our trip, one of the most memorable hikes was out at Dritvik Cove in West Iceland. We had been keeping an eye out for the remnants of an old Labyrinth in the area, which we never actually found! Among the ruins of this old fishing station though was this orange hut, standing out amongst the rugged Icelandic landscape as the glacier capped Snæfellsjökull momentarily peaked through the clouds.
I photographed @kitiyapalaskas book on Piñatas, “Piñata Party” earlier this year and it’s finally hitting the shelves! It was a real honour to have worked with Kit on this, her vibrant creativity and Piñata making skills really came through in the photos, which are some of the funnestest I’ve ever worked on. Come along to the launch this Friday (13th Ooooh), there will be plenty of cake, Piñatas and good times. Hope to see you there!
Friday 13 October ~ 27-29 Johnson Street, Collingwood
The winding roads along Iceland’s Eastern coast take you through some of the most incredible landscapes. Literally. Had us constantly stopping and backtracking!
The conditions for were a bit wild when driving up through Northeastern Iceland. People weren't kidding when they said we'd need to hold on to our doors to keep them from breaking off! Despite this, it was a wonderful drive out to Mývatn and hilarious trying to stand still in the wind and not get blown off of cliffs. This car came driving into frame at the perfect time, scroll 👉 for more of this incredible landscape.
Currently sitting at the airport after an epic road trip around Iceland with @mimobase. Never have I experienced landscapes so diverse in a single trip. From hiking on glaciers to waking through lava fields, I feel like we've been travelling for a year. This was what we saw at Fjallsárlón Glacial Lagoon. It was a wet couple of days in this area but made for a stunning landscape. I'll be sharing a few more of my favourite spots from from the trip soon. Couldn't help but snap a few thousand photos!
Seeing the Northern lights has been on my bucket list for quite a while now and was one of the reasons for making this Iceland trip. Felt pretty lucky to have caught them so vividly on our first night on the road. Words and photos really can't describe how majestic and humbling they can be when they take over the sky.
Falling in love with Iceland's beautiful creatures.
The train ride from Oslo to Bergen was just... just stop it already, Norway. 😍
Is this the Norwegian dream? Build a house on the water, with views of Hardangerjøkulen glacier. This place is stunning.
Strolling around in Oslo's morning light. Love these buildings. 😍