Hobart Model Village

In the historic and picturesque village of Richmond there’s an ode to the past hidden away down a narrow little lane. It’s a model of Hobart town as it would have looked in 1820 and portrays life in the burgeoning colonial town down at the bottom of the World. There’s always an inherent whimsy with … More Hobart Model Village

Kunanyi/Mount Wellington: Devil’s Throne

Devil’s Throne, Satan’s Couch, Lucifer’s Lounger, Beelzebub’s Settee, Mephistophele’s Armchair, I have no idea how this place got its name and an exhaustive period of 3 minutes of researching it has turned up nothing 🙂 Devil’s Throne can be found “down the back” of Kunanyi/Mount Wellington, that big beautiful lump of rock that overlooks Hobart … More Kunanyi/Mount Wellington: Devil’s Throne

Collins Cap

Hi there, remember me? It’s been a while huh? Quite a bit has happened since my last blog post. We bought a house to start with! The renovations were underway when that little thing called COVID hit Australia. Cue all parks being shut and the mere thought of going out for a bushwalk being met … More Collins Cap

The Fire Scientist: A chat with Professor David Bowman

I’ve been wanting to sink my teeth into a long term photo-journalistic piece of work for some time now. Following on from the image I took of Dale ‘Hairyman’ Fullard for the Resilient Australia Awards, I think I’ve finally found the story I’ve been looking to tell. I’m going to expand on the portrait I … More The Fire Scientist: A chat with Professor David Bowman