Next events, previous events & office opening hours

October 9th, 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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2019 Ireland & UK farm tour, with optional extension to the Scottish Highlands

June 20th, 2019

*NOTE: Booking have closed for this year’s tour to Ireland & the UK; if you are interested in a future tour, 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 […]

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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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How to judge & how to enter rural photography awards & competitions

February 11th, 2019

I enjoy judging photography awards as much now as when first invited more than 20 years ago. Since then I’ve judged a large range – from local NFP photography competitions up to international awards with entries from more than 30 countries. My personal preference is to find and reward the most skilled photographer.  A rising […]

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Townsville Floods

February 7th, 2019

I’ve received many queries about the floods in Townsville and frustratingly, there has been a lot of typically inaccurate media reporting by blow-in journalists unfamiliar with geography, what’s typical here and Townsville’s history. Mainly because the genuine care factor – for accuracy regarding northern Australia – is lacking. Townsville is in the dry tropics – […]

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Top End & Kimberley Photography Tour

January 12th, 2019

Been dreaming of escaping to the Northern Territory’s Top End and Western Australia’s spectacular Kimberley region? Come with us in 2020 on a ten day dream trip covering more than 1,000km across the remote north-west corner of Australia. From the crocodiles, buffalo and magnetic antbeds of the Northern Territory’s Top End… …to the red cliffs […]

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Top End & Kimberley Outback Photography Tour – F.A.Q.

January 12th, 2019

Always wanted to visit Australia’s famous Top End and Kimberley, but…. Not sure where the most spectacular parts are, when is the best time to visit or where to stay? Dreaming of camping in remote areas and waking up to only the sound of bird song – but you don’t want to camp or travel […]

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Introduction to drones workshop

November 3rd, 2018

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? On Saturday 10th November I’m running a unique ‘Introduction to Drones’ workshop in Townsville (North Queensland). This […]

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Samsung Smart Watch

October 7th, 2018

I love useful technology and I’m always on the lookout for anything new that will help me do a better job.  Until about 10 years ago it really didn’t matter too much what camera gear you used; a good photographer could turn heads with results from basic gear.  What has changed?  The vast array of […]

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‘Whispering Grass’ exhibition: Australia’s Washington D.C. Embassy

June 12th, 2018

‘Whispering Grass – Stories from Australia’s Outback Cattle Stations’ was an exhibition of more than 30 of the best photographs I’ve taken on Australia’s largest and most famous cattle stations since 1984. The oldest photographs in the exhibition dated back to the early 1980s – when timber yards, cattle with horns and working windmills were […]

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