Portrait of the Week- Fiona Hall Artist
Portrait of the week – Edward Lawley, Electrolux
Portrait of the week- Katie Sarah, climber
Portrait of the Week – Hillary Clinton in Adelaide by David Mariuz
Michelle Morton, owner E-Cycle Recovery, Adelaide
Tindo solar plant tour, Adelaide
Portrait of the Week – Maggie Beer, Chef
Portrait of the week – Phillip Mills from BT Transport
Portrait of the week – Damien Cummins General Manager, Clipsal
Portrait of the week – A young boy enjoys the beach in Cadiz, Spain
Portrait of the week – Geordie Brookman, Artistic Director State Theatre Company S.A
Portrait of The Week- Rupert Murdoch
Portrait of the week- John O’Neil, race caller
Portrait of the week- Shane Perkins
Portrait of the Week – Fiona Hall Artist
Portrait of the Week- A worker resting after a long day
Clare Raimondo- Workplace Relations specialist at Kelly&co
Alan Marangoni, Liquigas professional cyclist
Portrait of the week, Penny, Sophie and new baby Alexandra
Portrait of the week – Aboriginal actor David Gulpilil and his son Jamie
This photograph of David and his son Jamie photograph was taken in Adelaide for a media brief to celebrate the up coming release of the acclaimed film, Ten Canoes. This was one of a series I took that featured several aboriginal actors, I don’t believe this particular picture was ever published.
Portrait of the Week- Thomas Keneally a great Australian Author.
One of my greatest passions in photography is to photograph people. That means anybody from the local neighbour through to somebody that’s well known. This is my greatest photographic challenge; to take a photograph which in itself can be in as little as a 1/30th of a second. That is a lot of time an energy for perhaps several photographs that I and my client are going to be happy with. Often particularly with this image of Thomas my time frame to complete the shoot is small. Before I even take the image often I have to organise where, how and when, so I am dealing with a lot of middle managers such as PR people, corporate affairs and the like. Mostly its usually fairly smooth as with this photograph that went smoothly. In this case I was greeted by a charming and patient subject and as it turns out I think I was done and dusted in about 2o minutes, which is pretty good under the circumstances. As per usual I don’t really get involved in the technical side of things too much but just concentrate on getting the right photograph that will last. I want something to hold up in 10-20 years or longer, that’s one of the attractions; to make something long lasting in that moment…
Portrait of the week – Jay Weatherill chats to protestors
Portrait of the week- Abel Gibson, wine maker from Ruggerbellus wines of the Barossa valley
Portrait of the week – Vikram Seth, Poet and Author
Portrait of the week – Natacha Atlas Belgian Hiphop Singer
Portrait of the week- Adelaide Artist Jeffrey Smart
PORTRAIT OF THE WEEK- BEN FOLDS
Portrait of the week- A different perspective for 10 year olds
Portrait of the week- Jane Miller, Partner @ Tindall Gask Bentley, Family Lawyers
My Tribute to Cadel Evans
Portrait of the week- Stelarc Performing Artist in Adelaide
Portrait of the week- Craig Simmons, Director National Centre for Groundwater research
Portrait of the week..Nathan Buckley by Robert Hannaford
Portrait of the week, Tim Cooper the famous brewer!
Picture of the week. Sally Ferguson, sleep researcher, Adelaide
Portrait of the week, Nick Xenophon the Murray mouth
Portrait of the Week, Bill
Portrait of the week, Paul Willis
Portrait of the week, Matthew Pavlich
Portrait of the week- Adrian Ferrero
Portrait of the week- Anthony Kittle
Anthony Kittle in his electronics factory
Portrait of the week- Paul Grabowsky
Paul Grabowsky in his office, Adelaide.
There are no truths only different layers of truth
Yes sometimes things aren’t what they seem or seem to be what they aren’t. No good and bad just different levels. Reading some great crime fiction – “Truth” by Peter Temple
Another year has come and gone. One of the highlights so far has been to photograph Goran Roos, who is a thinker in residence based in Adelaide. His ideas on the future of manufacturing and mining in this country can go a long way- if business leaders and governments act. David
The greatest bike race in Australia?
Its that time of year again for the Tour Down Under. I love this event its well run and its fun to photograph. Hopefully one of the Aussies can get up this year.
Christmas is a fun time, lots of presents food friends and drinks. I say merry Christmas to everyone out there.
These banded stilts fly in from Russia, normally an unusual sight at the Coorong. But the drought has bought them in.
THE BIG DRY
This is referred to as the choke a section of the Coorong that feeds the big and small lagoons. This would normally be flowing with water.
Can individuals make change? I thinks so. Climate change is the biggest threat to the world today and climate change is caused by over population. What can we do? its about attitudes and they have to change.
From time to time the outback rivers flow and carry the waters down into places like Lake Eyre in South Australia. These spectacular events are full of life and color and life as the ecosystems come out to play.