The short-list for the 2022 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year was released today. I’m really excited to announce that I have two images shortlisted in the new Astrophotography category. There are some great images this year with the monochrome category particularly strong. Well done to my friend Paul Hoelen for being included in…
In 2020 during the brief break in restrictions I was part of an incredibly special trip down the Franklin River. I was the Drone Operator/Videographer as part of the crew for a film called ‘Franklin’. It was certainly one of the most exhilarating, challenging, and meaningful experiences of my photographic career. The Franklin movie tells…
On 15th of May 2021 I managed to be featured in a double page spread in the TasWeekend section of the Hobart Mercury newspaper. I was pleased how the pictures and story came up!
In September 2018 I became an Official Sirui Tripods Ambassador and Authorised Reseller. This post outlines which tripods I use and provides some other links showing why I prefer to use this filter brand.
I’m extremely honoured to say that I was announced as the overall winner of the 2018 David Malin Astrophotography Awards in Parkes. I also won first place in the Nightscapes category.
On July 6th I was invited by telecommunication company Optus to attend an exclusive event at Sydney’s Centennial Homestead. During the event I learned that Optus has been quite busy partnering with National Geographic on a world first mobile app.
NiSi Filters have released a new filter dubbed the “Natural Night” filter. Unlike the rest of their filter range, this filter is designed for night photography. Essentially this filter will block light pollution. This has ideal applications for cityscape photography and astrophotography where light pollution can be a real problem.
I’m really honoured to be a judge for the 2017 Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year competition.
It’s quite hard to believe that 2016 is drawing to a close. This year has been a very exciting one for me and I thought I’d put together a bit of a run-down of what I got up to, if anything as a great memento for the future.
I’m very honoured to have some of my images published in Tasmania’s mountain ‘bible’ known as ‘the Abels’.