Some favourites from the 2017 Blue Mountains Music Festival.
I never go to the city. But when I do I take photos.
All's quiet in the capital.
The clouds were brilliant here today.
The newly re-opened Cahill's Lookout.
I really do like being let loose in a music shop full of instruments.
Having moved out of Sydney a few years ago it's sometimes interesting to go back with fresh eyes... and then escape again.
Someone said to me recently that if a photo sucks in colour, then try it in black and white.
I have a moral imperative to challenge the clichéd landscape image.
Rock climbers at Shipley Upper, Blackheath.
A brief attempt to visually explain claustrophobia on a rainy day.
Markets, falling leaves and tourists galore.
On the most recent visit to my parents' house I got thinking about what it is to leave behind, for want of a better word, stuff, and what that all means to those you leave it to.
I thought I'd go and revisit some portraits to see how they turned out - specifically with Silver Efex Pro 2.
Blue Mountains Music Festival
The world is divided into two sorts of people, crazy cloud-watching people and crazy non-cloud-watching people.
Katoomba during golden hour. 27.2.2016
Portrait shoot: Navin
Portrait shoot with Tim Mahony
Portrait shoot: The Winstons
Portrait shoot: Andy
Some of my favourites from a little shoot I did for a little cinema in Mount Victoria.
An exploration of Katoomba with a Ricoh GR.
One minute it can be sunny and the next minute fog is crawling up the street like a crowd of ghosts escaping the valley.
Portrait shoot: Helen
Clique is Fairfax's photography association. After attending their February workshop on portraiture I had a crack at my first portraiture session.