Monthly Archives: March 2012

THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD DEBRIEF REPORT

A few days ago I returned home from a whirlwind trip down the Great Ocean Road and I have now sorted through the roughly 600 frames which I shot while travelling down the coast photographing some of the mightiest icons of Victoria. For those of you who may not be aware, the Great Ocean Road […]

GREAT OCEAN ROAD ICONS – WEEKEND PHOTOGRAPHY IN VICTORIA

I am taking a couple of days off this weekend from home and office duties and heading down the Great Ocean road with a fellow photographer friend for a few days of coastal landscape photography. The weather forecast is for occasional rain showers and possible hail so I am hopeful of some really dramatic storm […]

MELBOURNE WEEKLY BAYSIDE NEWSPAPER – ‘SOURCE OF INSPIRATION’

The current March 21st edition of the Melbourne Weekly Bayside newspaper has an introduction to my new exhibition opening tonight at Source Photographica in Brighton.

SUNDAY HERALD SUN EXHIBITION NEWS – THIS WEEK YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS…

This week’s Sunday Herald Sun newspaper (yesterday – Sunday the 18th of March 2012) included news of my new exhibition opening tomorrow evening at Source Photographica in Brighton in their weekly ‘This week you won’t want to miss…‘ column. Opening drinks are tomorrow evening Tuesday the 20th of March between 6:30 and 8:30pm. I hope […]

EXHIBITION OPENING NEXT WEEK

My new exhibition is opening next Tuesday the 20th of March at Source Photographica in Brighton. Opening drinks are from 6:30 – 8:30pm. The exhibition includes a number of my personal favourite works from Iceland, the South Island of New Zealand and Antarctica. The exhibition includes multiple award winning photographs including: ‘Blue Berg‘ which won […]

THE IMPORTANCE OF PATIENCE AND CONDITIONING IN WILDERNESS PHOTOGRAPHY

It occurred to me about a week or so ago (when I was forced to drop down into an ‘Everest gear’ to grind out one of the big hills on the mountain bike trail that I ride near my house) just how out of condition I am after my time in Antarctica (over-indulgence in good […]

ANTARCTICA – MADE OF STEEL

One of the interesting and fascinating locations I visited on my Antarctic expedition late last year was the geothermal Whalers Bay area at Deception Island. Located off the Antarctic Peninsula in the South Shetlands, Deception Island has one of the safest harbors in Antarctica, sheltering it from prevailing weather. However, the entire island is the […]