I’ve been working on an exciting new project for the last few months……My first book! It’s called Light on the Land and has 100 of my favorite and most popular images. I’ve done the design and layout myself with the help of Renee Creative from the Sunshine Coast. I’ve gone down the self-publishing route so that I have complete control over the whole process, which also means it’s being printed 100% in Australia. It’s going to print this week and should be ready for sale towards the end of next month. With the book so close I’ve decided to offer my customers, blog and facebook followers a special pre-release offer. If you order your copy of Light on the Land for $46.00 inc delivery to anywhere in Australia before the 15th of July, I’m going to include a 30cm x 22cm signed, unframed fine art print valued at $125.00 at no extra cost (five prints to choose from). Please follow the link below to my website to get your copy and choose your free print. Thanks in advance for your support.
Recently I was approached about shooting landscapes of a 150 acre property west of Maleny. I don’t normally do commissioned work as the galleries keep us busy enough:-) I’m glad I took on this project though, as this place is truly amazing. Here’s an image from a spot on the property called Palm Valley. I’ve just framed this one up for my Maleny gallery it looks great! Check out my website and my facebook page for more new images.
Here’s a new image from a month or so ago, I was lucky enough to be able to get in front of this impressive storm front looking back towards Brisbane from Woody Point. Check out my website and my facebook page for more new images.
I captured this image Wednesday last week North of Brisbane, I only managed to capture a few frames before it broke up.
Last week I did a pop up gallery at one of Brisbane’s newest riverside office towers. This is new ground for me, I’m used to having my own gallery and attending art fairs and markets but setting up for a short period with massive amounts of traffic was a great experience.
I found this lone tree growing at the top of the 80 meter high sand dunes on Moreton Island, Qld.
This is the back end of the Gayundah Shipwreck north of Brisbane. I’ve photographed it many times before looking for different angles.
With last weeks bad weather in SE Queensland I headed west of the sunshine coast looking for new images. This one is taken in the Malaney/Montville area under thick morning mist. This is a 10 image stitch with the Nikon D800e and the Nikkor 70-200mm F2.8G ED VR II.