Next events, previous events & office opening hours

June 26th, 2019

You receive personal service and if I’m taking photographs for you or you’re attending a workshop, you have my undivided attention. The nature of my work requires that sometimes I’m away from home – the dates are listed below, and at the bottom of the page there’s suggestions on how best to contact me when […]

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Australia’s corporate cattle stations – management standards

June 12th, 2019

I began photographing Australia’s largest cattle stations in northern Australia – above the Tropic of Capricorn – in 1984.  Many of which just happen to be owned by companies rather than families. I’ve since visited more than seventy cattle stations spread between Cape York Peninsula, Central Australia and the West Kimberley.  There isn’t anyone else […]

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Storing luggage when visiting cities

May 20th, 2019

As a rural and now regional resident who has visited cities since old enough to carry a bag, I’ve walked many, many kilometres around cities dragging a heavy suitcase. Or sometimes just bags of shopping that I’m taking back to a remote area. These days I’m always travelling for work reasons so often have photography […]

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What is the best drone to buy?

May 12th, 2019

I’m often asked ‘what is the best drone to buy?’ Whether for: rural or urban use photography or agricultural purposes or mapping commercial or recreational purposes. And many are asking online for opinions.  Often, people: Only recommend what they’ve used themselves, which may not even be a current model Are unfamiliar with your specific field, […]

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2019 Ireland & UK farm tour, with optional extension to the Scottish Highlands

May 6th, 2019

*NOTE: This year’s farm tour is close to full; if you are interested in 2020, please let me know so I can keep you informed & you don’t miss out on a seat. A classic farming tour of the British Isles – full of intriguing contrasts, fascinating rural history and varied agriculture. From Ireland’s colourful […]

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Quality merino wool jumpers, coats, skirts, blankets

April 29th, 2019

I wrote this blog post listing Australian wool clothing makers who are online because surprising numbers of people end up on my website after searching for Australian Merino wool-related subjects. Many are looking for woollen garments or information. So here’s a useful shortlist of some of the better-known retailers and manufacturers, so you can do […]

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2019 Farm tour of Ireland, Wales, England & Scotland – F.A.Q.

March 20th, 2019

Have you ever dreamt of a relaxing trip around Britain’s iconic rural landscapes – off the beaten track as well as to famous locations? En route enjoying great food and interesting conversations with locals involved in agriculture, as well as other farmers on the tour? Visiting a great variety of ag-related and cultural highlights? From […]

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Drone masterclasses

March 1st, 2019

Interested in drones, but don’t know where to start, or how to tell drone fact from fiction? Or you have a drone but have unanswered questions, problems, or would like more information so you’re a better drone pilot? I run practical & comprehensive drone masterclasses across Australia. This drone training will give you a solid […]

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How to run an agricultural event’s Twitter account

February 26th, 2019

Have you been asked to run an agricultural event’s Twitter account, and you’re not sure where to start – or how to do a really good job rather than just get by? Below are the basic essentials that must be included in an event’s Twitter account profile, plus some tips.  Some of these details may […]

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When is the best time to travel?

February 22nd, 2019

Now. Why? Because none of us know what tomorrow will bring. We all have to keep a bit aside in case we reach 95. And nobody wants to reach 80 & be scratching for cash. But on the other hand, most 95 year olds need very little spending money; they’re not going out on the […]

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