Venture Blog

India Diaries – Part 1

In the lead-up to my exhibition, Sons of Ganga, at The Cracked Gallery, I thought I would share excerpts from a journal I kept while on a journey through Northern India and Nepal in late 2008. The images in Sons of Ganga were taken in...

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Rottnest Channel Swim

I've been meaning to photograph the start of the Rottnest Channel Swim for some time - but the 5.30am start on a Saturday morning has often proven a little prohibitive, especially after a late Friday night. A few year ago, I turned up in the wee...

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Old guns at “Guns up”!

It was a perfect morning by all accounts -- blue skies with wisps of clouds, hardly a breeze and the Indian ocean as flat and calm as a Buddhist monk's thoughts; but this was no serene start to the day for the band of boaties...

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One-on-one with the Snapshooter

As an alternative to workshops, I started offering individual photography tuition in late 2009 -- more so for people who wanted to purchase a one-on-one workshop as a gift for a family member, partner or friend. While, cost-wise, the one-on-one photo tutorials are more expensive...

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Surf boat action this season

My first love in photography has always been reportage and documentary. Having the opportunity to shoot for the Australian Surf Rowers League (ASRL) as the official photographer of their Western Australian events, takes me back to the purity of the medium and its ability to tell...

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