Welcome to my photogallery
It's been many years since I moved away from photography on a professional level, but — as they say —, once a photographer, always a photographer. Sometimes I just cannot help myself. The topics are typically recreational and more often than not, they are shot with a phone. On the rare occasion, they are shot with my old DSLR and one day I should go through my negatives and scan those too. Don't hold your breath though, it'll take a while!
The Pillaga Scrub is the largest continuous woodland (~3000 km2) in NSW and it is under threat by a Coal Seam Gas project.
Returning immigrant's reality check and photographic impressions influenced by Sándor Márai
Canberra inspires me. We got a couple of tickets to the James Turrell retrospective so we made a family weekend of it and I managed to fill my phone to its limit with pictures. When I looked through them, I found this abstract theme ruling all over.
2-3 May, 2015
Holly and I participated in the 50K challenge to raise funds for The Wilderness Society. You can read about it more on its project page. We surprised ourselves and came at 17th position too, despite pretty challenging conditions.
It was a simple family outing sometime late in 2010. I didn't even think, that these shots will one day become history, but when I stumbled across it amongst my albums, it struck me: there's no Zig Zag anymore! It has burnt down in the devastating October 2013 Blue Mountains' fires, amongst over 200 homes in the Faulconbridge, Springwood, Winmalee area.
The landscape, the bush as well as the urban spaces and architecture of Canberra all resonates with me.
2004 - 2007
Gelatin Photoblog Archive.
A selection of images taken in and around ByronBay, NSW