Some models I can just shoot again and again without the shoots feeling stale or sameish. Ashley is one of those models.

Caught up with her for 2 shoots recently, which tend to be mostly chats and laughs, with a few pics taken in between.

Shot on Ilford Pan F and Agfa Vista 200 with a Leica M6 + Zeiss Biogon 35/2.0 and a Voitlander Nokton 50/1.5.

Lily for Cactus and Co

Caught up with the lovely Lily recently to shoot some of Cactus and Co’s latest designs.

Shot on Agfa Vista 200 with a Leica M6 + Zeiss Biogon 35/2.0, and a Canon EOS 5 + 50/1.5. Scanned with a Noritsu LS600.

Mitch and Kandis

Caught up with the photogenic couple Mitch and Kandis down at Caves Beach recently, and shot a few rolls of Agfa Vista 200.

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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.


Caught up with the stunning Zoe whilst shooting new lingerie designs for Dantelle Collective, and we managed to shoot a couple of rolls of film as well. Read More


I’d been wanting to try out a couple of films I hadn’t used before (Cinestill 800 and Fuji Natura 1600), so I touched base with the beautiful Amy Everard to organise a nighttime shoot. Read More


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


Caught up with the gorgeous Tori for another shoot. This time I decided to try and use my Leica M6 for the full shoot. I went with Ilford HP5 pushed to 1600 – I really wanted to try and embrace the high contrast grainy look. That goes against what I normally try to do with portrait/fashion shoots, but hey, sometimes I like to do things the hard way.

In hindsight I probably should have taken a little more care in metering…with the high contrast look, underexposing a little lead to huuuuge increases in grain, and overexposing leads to flat, boring negatives.

You live and learn.

When I you nail it though, I think it looks great…might give it another try or two on shoots.


I’ve shot Signe a couple of times now…she has a beautiful, wide eyed, haunting quality about her, and very soulful eyes that just seem to draw you in to her photos.

It’s a bit unusual for me, but I’d previsualised exactly what these shots would look like before I took them, so I was really happy with the end result.


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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