By Topic: Australia

Stress Less, Says My Health Guardian

In preparation for my exciting new training program next week, I signed up for a free online health check and support today. It’s called HCF’s My Health Guardian and covers all bases, from medical and family history over healthy living and eating to current body shape. My end score showed I was at minimal risk. […]

Boys on Breakwall

Sometimes, simplicity is best. I love the perspective in the shot below. It’s now available in my online shop; just click on the photo to open. You’ll be able to grab anything from a postcard through to a mounted and framed wall print. And if you’d like any of my other pictures that aren’t uploaded […]

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“Make life one long weekend.” Yes please!

Sometimes, modelling can be fun. Sure, there are the days when you start a shoot on three hours sleep after more than a full day of travelling on international flights and can barely keep your eyes open, let alone smile. But the days when you have a four hour booking for a campaign and end […]

Port Lincoln Fishing Trawler

Talk to Eugene Tan from Aquabumps and you’ll realise you’ll have to be an early bird to catch the shots. I got up at 4.30am on the day the photo below was taken to photograph sharks and write about shark diving. But instead, the highlight of my day happened well before the sun had even […]

Dawn Chorus

As an overnight reporter, you sometimes get sent to jobs that aren’t all blood and gore. Very rarely, Friday night police round photographer Gordon McCormiskie and I would get to go and see something beautiful. Leaving the bowels of Western Sydney or seedy Kings Cross behind, we got to head to Bondi Beach for the […]

The Famous Spiegeltent

Smoke and Mirrors AT visits The Famous Spiegeltent, the celebrated touring circus-cum-cabaret hall, for a memorable night under the big top. Words by Sol Walkling, who paid her own way and visited anonymously. The magic of The Famous Spiegeltent is all smoke and mirrors. Not only does the circus-like venue appear in multiple Australian cities […]

Not Seeing Eye Level

Eugene Tan, a Tamarama-based water photographer, got his first camera in a garage sale at the age of nine. It was the size of an adult’s palm and tiny compared to some of the equipment he uses for his work these days. Now, the 33-year-old owns a multitude of cameras and lenses. The largest one […]