Vivid Sydney is an annual festival that celebrated its 12th year in 2022, Vivid Sydney fuses art, innovation and technology and features a set of light installations scattered around the city.
This is a series of articles featuring photographs taken across several trips to Japan spanning 2008-2018.
This is a series of articles featuring photographs mainly taken in 1990s using a variety of film cameras, ranging from compact cameras such as the Canon Sure Shot to SLRs such as the Pentax PZ-70.
This is a series of articles that feature reflections, or sometimes the absence of reflection.
This is a series of articles exploring the network of dams that provide water to Sydney.
This is a series of articles on images captured within a 5 km radius from our house in Sydney, Australia.
On 2 August 2020, a state of disaster was declared in Victoria due to the significant rise in COVID19 cases, and stage 4 restrictions were imposed on metropolitan Melbourne. As part of these restrictions, during the day, Melbourne residents are allowed to shop and exercise, but only within five kilometres of their home. The 5km restriction was subsequently expanded to 25km on 19 October so for over 11 weeks Melburnians did not get to venture very far away from home.
A 5km radius may not seem like much, but it’s actually around 78.54 square kilometres, or 7854 hectares, which seems a lot to me. In Imperial measurements, it’s nearly 20,000 acres. That’s big compared to the 100 acre wood in the Winnie the Pooh stories.
Whilst it may be a stretch to say a 5km bubble may well take a lifetime to explore, it’s significant. Our 5km radius covers parts of Middle Harbour, Lane Cove River, at least two national parks, several industrial areas, golf courses, plus commercial and retail centres. And plenty of walking tracks.
In this series, we will explore places within our 5km bubble, starting with the suburb we live in (Roseville). Please keep revisiting this page as we add more locations over time.
In 2020, Floriade has been reimagined (due to COVID-19) with the celebration moving from its traditional home in Commonwealth Park to bloom across Canberra.
This is the first of a new series of articles celebrating a selection of photographs taken in the last 21 years, from the very first digital camera we purchased in 1999 (a Kodak DC-220) to the current portfolio of cameras that we use daily. Join us over the next few weeks as we trace a personal journey following the evolution of digital photography from infancy to the amazing camera technology available today.
This is a photographic series featuring how the city of Sydney has been impacted by the CoViD-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak.
Sydney Open is a weekend long celebration of architecture and exploring Sydney’s most inspiring and significant buildings and spaces.
This is a series of articles featuring artistic and photography related events that we have attended.
This is a series of general photography articles.