An abstract look at the Brisbane city skyline, taken late on a hot autumn day.Read More
Golden hour in the clearing,
Colours of green and gold.
Warm, bright, light.Read More
A concept of the belief in days gone by, that the world was flat.
What happened if you met the ends of the earth?
Would you sail into oblivion, just falling from the edge?
Would you see nothing? Does it just stop or is there just clouds and water, streaming down the edges, disappearing into the void?
What would you see if you looked into your imagination?Read More
If you look at any photograph today that is the product of Intentional Camera Movement (ICM), or some of the other abstract photographic techniques, it’s not difficult to see how this type of abstract, painterly effect has a strong similarity to the impressionist movement in the world of painting. Impressionist painting is characterised by relatively small, thin, yet visible brush strokes, often with an open composition. It has a certain distinct way of showing light in its changing qualities; often accentuating and distorting the effects of the passage of time. The beauty of it is that the subject matter can often be very ordinary, for example a tree or a simple landscape of a beach and the ocean. However the inclusion of movement creates an element of human perception and experience, and often unusual visual angles for the eye to explore.Read More
To drop anchor, to seek shelter.
To push on through the storm.
To survive and tell the tale,
or to fall,
Timing is everything.
Colour, texture, shadow and light,
Leading to the shelter of the archway.Read More
0223 - The Jetty
Sunset, dusk, bold bright colour.
shadows and tones of orange and gold.
Part of a new series of images that explores a scene or vista that is viewed via it's reflection. The reflection gives off the impression of being projected onto a background, behind the glass itself.Read More
Distant, sharp, jagged,
Rising from the plains,
mountains of glass upon fields of green.
It's that time of year again where some of us start to get very excited about the upcoming festive period, and others of us want to lock ourselves away in a soundproof box. Those of you who know me personally will probably have a good idea of which group I fall in...
For those of you who fall into the first group of people I have a little gift for you to help try and solve the problem that arises every year. What do i get _ _ _ _ for Christmas? For those of you that fall into the latter group, you can share this gift too (Just don't tell the other group... oh, wait...).
So now that the secret is out and both groups know, here's the deal. From right now, every order placed between now and the end of the year, you will receive a discount of 15% off. Just use the offer code XMAS2015 when you checkout. This applies to anything in the Store whether it's in print or digital.
Also to make your lives easier, I've just completed a total revamp of the store. Now it's a very simple process to select and order your print. Just go to the store, find the print that you want, select the edition and checkout! It's as simple as that. I now offer 3 different editions of print; Signature Edition, Art Edition and Open Edition. The differences between the editions can be found by clicking the link to the store, just below. Beware, some of the prints are very much a limited edition so don't delay or you could miss out.
Last thing for now is that I had a large number of requests for one of the prints in my 'Liverpool in Reflections' series to be made available in a solo edition. This was the iconic 'Liver building shot'. So the people have spoken and now you can own this print, on it's own, in a 17"x17" format. These are available in a seriously limited edition of 9 (10 were available but it seems one of you cheeky scamps has got in and bought one as I've been writing this blog post!!!).
So thats all for now. The offer code XMAS2015 is active and awaiting your order. Remember it's 15% off each and every order from now until the end of the year. Follow the link to the store by clicking this button...