Saturday, November 12, 2011

Please follow the link

I have decided to concentrate all my work and information onto my personal web site that is much nicer. I will not post to this site anymore so please follow the link below:

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Indra Exhibition - Now Showing

I am very happy to present my latest exhibition of street/travel images. 'Indra' is a collection of photographs from a trip to India in 2009. Highlighing the wonderful people and presenting a unique vision of the fascinating country.

ilios gallery

The Gallery is located within Wilbur’s Cafe/Bar

Hackett Shops, Canberra, ACT Australia.

Open Tuesday to Saturday
8 am – 9 pm and Sunday 8 am – 4 pm.

An online gallery can be viewed at:

or on my site here:

Monday, June 20, 2011

I have finally got a web site together and active! My recent work is now available to view and buy online. There are quite a few galleries representing the different styles of my photography.  Please visit and explore and enjoy!

Monday, March 14, 2011

Workers of India

These images (also from my India 2009 collection) focus on local people at work. I like to capture candid moments when people are engrossed in a task, too busy to worry about my presence. The authentic raw reality of the unplanned moment usually makes a much more interesting photograph that a stiff pose. I feel that capturing this spontaneity is the best use of a camera and what makes photography so unique. It is also a lot more surprising and refreshing to never quite know what is going to happen next... 

Mindfulness of Sweeping, Sarnath
Street Butcher, Dharamsala
Needlework, Norbulingka Institute
Track worker, India

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Exploring the Streets of Dharamsala

Dharamasala, India. The streets were fascinating, a diverse collection of backgrounds and cultures. Known as Little Lhasa as this is the home of the Tibetan Refugee Community in India. His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama resides here, our group was very lucky to hear him teaching. The trek set out from the foothills just outside the town and we returned here (very tired) after the hike. In the spare time we had here I found some really interesting people to photograph. The narrow alleys behind the main streets were great to explore as well.

Early morning activity
Long afternoon shadows


Friday, February 11, 2011

Project 6029

Project 6029 is the restoration of an old locomotive by the Australian Railway Historical Society (ACT). I was lucky to be able to join the volunteers last weekend to get some pictures of the process. I love these machines and the people involved are fascinating. I hope to cover the project from time to time and document the work. It will be an amazing sight when this monster locomotive gets back in action.

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Please support this project and donate today!
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