I first photographed Amber about 5 or 6 years ago. We did about 4 or 5 shoots in the space of 2 years, and then she disappeared travelling overseas.  When she messaged me a few weeks ago to see if I wanted to shoot again, I jumped at the chance to catch up with this fun, beautiful woman again.


I’d seen some of Ashley’s work on instagram, and I loved her look. So when she messaged me and asked about film photography and if I’d like to shoot, I jumped at the chance.Read More


Grace reached out to me on Instagram to see if I was open to collaborating on a project together…how could I say no? We organised a sunrise shoot, and unfortunately it was really overcast and a little rainy, but we pushed on.Read More


I was fortunate enough to arrange a shoot with the beautiful Caia for the first time on a crisp sunny August morning at Caves Beach.

Caia’s one of those rare models that can express a lot of different emotions and attitudes without doing much more than moving her eyes.

Shot with a Pentax 645n, Rolleiflex 2.8D and a Leica M6 on Tri-X, Portra 400 and 800.


Photographed a brand new model recently down at Caves Beach and Naru – the stunning Zoe. Hair and makeup was by the ever talented Charlene Harrison.

Shot on Pentax 6×7 & Pentax 645N cameras with Kodak Portrait 800 & Tri-X film (in D76 1:1).


It seems only a few weeks ago that I was whingeing about the 40 degree days, now I can’t find a sunny day for a shoot no matter how hard I try. Another shoot, another rainy day.

It was the gorgeous Teigan’s turn to play in the rain. She’s a very experienced model, which means its really hard to take a bad shot…she has the poses and the looks down pat. The downside of that it if I take 200 photos on a shoot, its bloody hard to cull them down to 20 or so. They’re all so good.

Nevermind, first world photographer problems right?

Chelsea Anne

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Amethyst Wonderland

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Jordan at Catherine Hill Bay

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