Ran two rolls of film through my trusty FM2, primarily to capture behind the scene photos from a recent shoot. Neopan 400 and Kodak Tri-X 400, scanned with the new Noritsu at Foto Riesel! Pretty awesome results for full automation, with fairly spot on contrast and adjustments, but for finer work I think I’ll stick to the Epson V700. Check out the images! (more…)

Just a quick shout out announcing that the lastest shoot with Harlow Theory has been featured in GLAMROCK Magazine! Special thanks to: Tentacle Threads, Bahcci Hair Extensions, Manic Panic Hair Colour / Lime Crime Cosmetics.  You can view the issue: here! Alternatively you can pick up a print copy: here! Enjoy!

I wanted to do a special piece to test out my Canon Pixma Pro 9000 MKII with different paper stock with a recent fire sale at a local camera store. Photo Rag, Museum Etching, Canvas all presented a good opportunity to emulate a painting. (more…)

A sneak peak at an upcoming concept set with Ann-Maree.


Obscura from Latin, the rudimentary definition being: Dark.
Exactly how new toys actually leave most people, even me… in the dark. But the newest addition to my family, the renowned Canadian produced Leica M4-P had a surprisingly easy learning curve (more…)

My shoot with Harlow Theory was featured in the latest edition of Machete Girl! Go check it out and download it here. (more…)

A short shoot with Brigitte (MM#1102156) on my favourite Cockatoo Island with the awesome Soviet Foto-Snaiper. This time going all out with another soviet era camera, the Kiev 88 (loaded with Fuji Provia 400X) alongside my Nikon FM2 (loaded with Kodak 400 Tri-X), Fujifilm X100 and the Ricoh GXR A12 M-Mount module that I was demo’ing at the time. (more…)

  Wachtmeister Brigitte will be with you shortly after her cigarette.

aka. How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Analogue. (more…)