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bowing out songs
that sound like symphonies.
Lake water dripping
off of your
I tried to trace
Canuscontinue to full post >
In December I traveled to Japan to document Takako and Steve’s traditional Shinto-style wedding at the Nogi Shrine in Akasaka, Tokyo. When Takako and Steve first approached me aboutcontinue to full post >
Coney Island and Brighton Beach. Brooklyn, New York.
This place is magical. Something about stretch of sand that leaves me with such intrigue. These images are from a day I spent at the seaside incontinue to full post >
I am on Instagram. Everyone is on instagram. It definitely opened my eyes up and made me look at the world in new and interesting ways. It makes plane rides more fun and long taxi rides lesscontinue to full post >
Coney Island, Brooklyn, USA
So 2012 happened.
& I am not really sure where it all went.
I think back on the last 52 weeks and its a complete blur. So many photographs still to publish here fromcontinue to full post >
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY . August 2012
A favorite of mine from a day spent at the seaside.continue to full post >
Earlier this year, I traveled to a little place in New Zealand called Waiheke Island to document the celebrations of the amazing wedding of Erin & Scott. Today their wedding is featured on Stylecontinue to full post >
While I was living in New York this year, I started a new body of work about the people who go down to the Brighton Beach broadwalk in Brooklyn. I spent a lot of time down therecontinue to full post >
Boy grows up in Mauritius. Girl grows up in Italy. Both their worlds collide when their paths lead them both to Sydney. They meet and fall in love. After hundreds of phone calls and emails and allcontinue to full post >
Some people come into your life for a particular reason. Your encounter with them, for however long or short, has tremendous impact. The impact so strong, their influence sends you in a newcontinue to full post >
These series of images are entirely from my iPhone and that of my friends iPhones. crazy little cameras :) a big thanks to Dan O’Day, Kelly Tunney, El Hogan, Natasja Kremers, Philcontinue to full post >
One of the things I really love doing is helping people chase their dreams, helping turn what they are passionate about into a career, to see their businesses blossom and see them succeed. Five andcontinue to full post >
Visting the world’s largest reclining Buddha, Win Sein Taw Ya. Myanmar. March 2012. continue to full post >
The past few weeks have been a whirlwind. Ive been in 11 cities in 6 countries. In the midst of it all, I traveled to Myanmar (Burma) two weeks ago to work on a special project.
A man came into mycontinue to full post >
“A man practices the art of adventure when he breaks the chain of routine and renews his life through reading new books, traveling to new places, making new friends, taking up new hobbies andcontinue to full post >
I went to Bali for a wedding a few months back and took some pictures. These are two favorites from an afternoon scouting expedition.continue to full post >
paula and ben married on the cliffs of uluwatu in bali at the amazing kyayangan estate. a big shout out to my dear friend pobke who helped photograph this amazing day with me. xocontinue to full post >
I recently spent with the afternoon with the lovely Gladys and Chris in their home and on their rooftop in San Francisco. After we finished shooting, we went to a little Italiancontinue to full post >
I want to work on a photography portrait series about people who live alone. I was thinking recently how I do not know of many people who actually do and soon realized I do not know of a singlecontinue to full post >
Late one afternoon in a land far far away (Tokyo), sitting with my dear friend Dan O’Day, sipping sake, discussing all things worldly and photography related. It soon become clear that we, twocontinue to full post >
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller
I traveled to Japan in June with one of my dearest friends, Dan O’Day. These are some thingscontinue to full post >
samm in tokyo. image by dan o’day
The first six months of this year have been very good to me and it looks as if the next six months are about to get a whole lot better :) So manycontinue to full post >
I attended the Film Is Not Dead workshop in Melbourne back in January. I had the *best* week and learnt so so so much from Jonathan Canlas. That man knows his stuff and I am so grateful for hiscontinue to full post >
I wander and wonder what life would be like living in the city I am visiting. These are from some of my wanderings around Melbourne and Canberra in January.continue to full post >
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