Tuesday, November 30, 2010


I have just rearranged and reorganised the categories on my website, which I hope makes more sense now...

At the same time, I uploaded some new photographs, including the portraits from my 'Two x Two' Exhibition earlier this year.

Thanks for listening!

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Beaches in the studio

Over the weekend, Beaches were locked away in Head Gap studios. They were recording their follow up album with Jack Farley, exciiiiting!

Monday, November 22, 2010


Thursday, November 18, 2010


 I'm very excited right now. I just found out that two friends of mine, Julian and Bree, are opening a shop and gallery!

'MR KITLY is a shop and gallery in Brunswick, Melbourne.
Opening night December 2 from 6pm, 
Upstairs 381 Sydney road, Brunswick.
It would be so great to see you there.
(If you would like to come, and you like to schedule things in facebook,

MR KITLY shop will also open from the 2 Dec opening night. 
Pottery, printed matter, textiles and indoor plants. 
A collection of goods for life made by artists and artisans
in Australia, Japan, Korea, USA and Europe.

MR KITLY is a skylight and sun-lit space on the second floor
of a Victorian-era shop building.
We love our Brunswick neighbourhood,
and I love spending time pottering about, 
watering plants in our new space.

MR KITLY is a welcoming place that celebrates 
the hand-crafted, the unusual, the illuminating,
the imperfectly perfect, 
and the sunlit, small and beautiful things in life.'

Just look at the caliber of the artists involved in the opening exhibition. So Exciting! 
 Paul Williams

Mark Rodda
Georgina Ward
 Antonia Sellbach

Maeve Magazine - Summer

New 'Summer' issue of Maeve Magazine online now. Scoot to the back and you'll see my 'Road Trip' series

Monday, November 15, 2010


Monday, November 8, 2010

Friday, November 5, 2010

Now on at: The Arts Centre, Melbourne

Today, a new exhibition opens at The Arts Centre in Melbourne. From the Arts Centre website, 'Rock Chicks - An exhibition' takes you backstage via event footage, costumes, instruments, lyrics, sets, posters and sounds to meet the women who kick started, shaped and continue to drive full-speed through the Australian music landscape.

Representing women in girl groups, punk, new wave, pub, hard rock, indie rock and even folk and jazz – this is a curatorial mixed-tape of the most impressive.'

What's really exciting is that featured in this huge exhibition, is Beaches! The photograph I took, above, of Beaches earlier this year is part of the show. I was also lucky enough to have the photograph purchased for the Performing Arts Collection, which is recognised as a State collection, and is the nation's premier specialist performing arts collection relating to the history of circus, dance, music, opera and theatre in Australia.

The exhibition runs from 6 November 2010 until 27 February 2011 in Gallery 1 and Gallery 2 of The Arts Centre complex on St Kilda Rd, Melbourne.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Monday, November 1, 2010