Check out http://the–photography–diary.tumblr.com for a recent Q&A I did with Louise Stafford from the Photography Diary.
For the second year I have teamed up with the talented food stylist and recipe developer Kai Ellmann to produce two Christmas recipe cards for our friends and clients. With the Aussie Christmas being all about Summer, Sun and BBQ’s we have made 2 perfect dishes for the occasion.
Hope you get the chance to try over the festive season and have a fantastic Christmas and NY!
½ bunch of thyme
½ bunch of parsley
½ bunch of oregano
All finely chopped
1 lemon, zest and juice
200ml extra virgin olive oil
place everything into a bowl and stir
Grilled peach and goats cheese salad
1 small head of radicchio or treviso lettuce
½ bunch of watercress
4 halved peaches, grilled
4 tbsp toasted hazelnuts
200g ash goats cheese, broken into chunks
small drizzle aged balsamic
large drizzle extra virgin olive oil
season with sea salt flakes
and freshly ground pepper
To welcome in the beautiful Sydney spring weather I have shot a time lapse of a wild daisy over a couple of days. Check it out below.
Check out http://www.henrycorbett.com/henry-corbett-co-community-ben-cole/ where I have a chat with the amazing collective store Henry Corbett & Co . Definitely worth checking out if you are ever in Woollahra Sydney, Henry Corbett & Co is a collection of Architecture, Interior, Lifestyle and Culture pieces including my Liquid Flower framed print.
Inspiration can be found anywhere and as a photographer light always amazes me. I wanted to share the stunning fall of colours I witnessed yesterday morning as the sun rose over the sea. The amazing change that took place started before the sun broke the horizon line creating a dark blue graduation . As the sun came closer to breaking the day soft hues played in the sky. Stunning is the only work I can use!
You taste it, smell it and eat it but have you ever stopped and looked at food for more than the obvious?
I recently worked on a personal project with the amazing stylist Carlu Seaver. We explored food in a different light to show it as a visually beautiful thing. Using slightly unusual foods including Edible Flowers Rambutans and Seaweed we worked on sculptural compositions to allow you to enjoy food with your eyes and look beyond the obvious.
I recently had the privilege of being interviewed by Josh Rossi from Full Time Photographer.
Josh wanted my view of the photography industry and my thoughts on working with big brands in a saturated market. Its great to be featured along some of the industries best from Josh’s other interviews.
If you want to have a listen the link is below:
Back on the personal projects. I decided to re-create the retro video game Brick Breaker through stop motion.
Pez, a stick of Extra chewing gum and 1 blue Smartie were used to create the platform. Over 400 images have been used to create this retro stop motion visual.
Hope it brings back the memories!