Urban Series

Last year I started a new series titled ‘Urban’. The series is just for fun, to create images that incorporate our local townships and the buildings, footpaths and other man-made structures that are rarely used for portrait photos. It’s a way to create contemporary photos that also represent our local surroundings.More photos from this series…

Spoil yourself, you deserve it!

Christmas is only a few months away, and it’s time to start dropping hints about what you would like for Christmas. Spoil yourself, and have an everlasting memory of your beloved horse printed onto high quality archival photographic paper, and custom framed. Share this post with someone so they have no excuses about what you…

Urban Series

A new series of photos I’ve started titled ‘Urban’. There are very few portrait and family photos in the Riverland that are set amongst our everyday buildings and streets, so I’m going against the grain of the usual portraits and doing something different! More photos will be posted over the coming months. If you would…

What a cutie-pie

Last week I had the pleasure of photographing a friend’s puppy.¬†As expected, Maple was full of energy, flopping around the back yard and only sitting still for a moment at a time. As you can imagine, as soon as I walked away from her, or got anywhere near the ground, she was running after me…

Elsie and the sunset

This is what happens when the plan comes together and nature co-operates. Some pet sessions can only be done during the day, when the sun is high and bright, but when a session comes along and I can plan it for late afternoon it is so worth it. Even the cool winter air (which I…

Sometimes waiting can be so hard

I’ve wanted to share these photos of gorgeous Elsie for a month, and I can finally share them! This little beauty was a dream. When I met with her human mum to plan her photo session Elsie was happy to say hello for a while and then have a sleep while I talked with her…

Perspective

There are times when standing on the ground is not the best perspective to take a photo from. In fact, some of the best photos I’ve taken have been captured when I’m lying on the ground, in a plane or thinking outside the box. At Emma’s photoshoot with Flash, I wanted just a little bit…

The extras that make great photos

When I’m taking photos, whether it’s portraits of people or pets, I always look for the ‘behind the scenes’ images that show relationships and trust, and when people are their most comfortable and relaxed. The moments that are captured when someone isn’t looking, they’re busy doing something, or they’re in a world of their own.…

So much fun!

I had such a great time photographing Emma and Flash a while ago I just couldn’t resist posting some more photos. The first post can be found here. Precious memories of your horse or pet can be captured and created into beautiful prints to display in your home. Enquiries can be made here.