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Vale Chris Cornell

Vale Chris Cornell

May 18, 2017 | Photoblog | No Comments

I had the opportunity to photograph Chris Cornell twice in my career. The first in 2007 when he performed solo at the Forum Theatre. I had only started getting  ‘good’ gigs earlier that year. I had a panic attack on my way to the show, I was so overwhelmed with being given the responsibility. My…

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All the good things that 2014 gave me

All the good things that 2014 gave me

January 2, 2015 | Photoblog, Uncategorized | No Comments

2014, the year I got married. We drank red wine and swam and practised our vows until 1am the night before. I swam in my wedding dress at the same time the next night. Our friends and family wrote us love notes that we will re-read for the rest of our lives. We honeymooned and…

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Touring with The Peep Tempel

Touring with The Peep Tempel

December 21, 2014 | Photoblog | No Comments

In August 2012, I jetted out of Melbourne to Paris with The Peep Tempel. This was my first International band tour coverage. Whatever I do next, if I never get to do this again (tour gigs are a rarity in this day and age), I’ll forever feel privileged to have been along for The Peep Tempel’s…

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Avicii in Melbourne

Avicii in Melbourne

August 9, 2014 | Journal, Photoblog | No Comments

Avicii played Melbourne Showgrounds on a massively perfect sunny Australia Day. You can see an extended gallery of images on the Frontier Touring website.

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7 things my wedding photos (& my wedding) confirmed

7 things my wedding photos (& my wedding) confirmed

June 2, 2014 | Journal, Photoblog | No Comments

We got married, and it was awesome. When my (now) husband and I told our friends and family we were getting married, the second thing out of nearly everyone’s mouth (after ‘Congratulations’) was ‘so who’s doing your wedding photos?’. The answer was ‘I picked my photographer out 4 years ago’. True story. I fell in…

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The best of Triple J’s 2014 One Night Stand in Mildura

The best of Triple J’s 2014 One Night Stand in Mildura

May 18, 2014 | Journal, Photoblog | No Comments

The Triple J team that put together this year’s One Night Stand in Mildura was incredible. An epically run event by incredibly professional, awesome human-beings. I’m honoured to work with these guys and they raise the bar and push me to push myself to produce better and better work. I’m more often than not unimpressed…

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The Double J radio launch

The Double J radio launch

May 14, 2014 | Journal, Photoblog | No Comments

I had just begun to wonder if (after working with Triple J for 6 years, now 30 years old) I was getting too old to work for the J’s when their rad team announced Double J radio. All of a sudden I feel like a Grade 6 who’s just done their first day of Year…

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Soundwave Festival 2014 photo roundup – Melbourne

Soundwave Festival 2014 photo roundup – Melbourne

April 2, 2014 | Journal, Photoblog | No Comments

Soundwave Festival has come and gone for another year. Here’s my personal favourites from the Melbourne Showgrounds in 2014 so far which include California’s Trash Talk, AFI, Amon Amarth, Biffy Clyro, Gwar and Five Finger Death Punch (more of others to come in the coming weeks). Simon Neil, Biffy Clyro Simon Neil, Biffy Clyro Ted…

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The best wedding photos

The best wedding photos

April 2, 2014 | Journal, Photoblog | No Comments

The best wedding photos are rarely the result of a biggest wedding day. Or the fussiest or the most thought out. Hands down, my favourite wedding photos, hell, probably favourite of all my photos of the last couple of years is Grace & Karlton’s wedding. It was two days but not because it was big,…

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Real makes me happy

Real makes me happy

February 20, 2014 | Journal, Photoblog | No Comments

I’m an introvert. I’ve always found interacting with people, particularly en masse hard. It’s actually the single biggest contributing factor to me pursuing photography when I was younger. Back before digital, you could be the person in the corner of a room without anyone thinking you were odd and with no one expecting interaction from…

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