In the Countryside

We’ll take the road out to the countryside, my dear. Where the mountains go forever, and the birds are always near.

Cattle Jetty

The remains of the Cattle Jetty built in 1879 to land cattle at the Quarantine station can still be seen today at Observatory Point with the Point Nepean National Park. Point Nepean played an important role in the early settlement, quarantine and defence of Victoria.

Luminous Nights

 Visitors to Luminous Nights at Darling Quarter, an annual Vivid Sydney affiliated event now in its second year, will make the night sky glow once again as they glide their digital brushes across the Southern Hemisphere’s largest interactive LED façade.Installed in 2012, Luminous sweeps the entire 150 metre façade of the Commonwealth Bank Head Quarters and has, since its launch, …

Circus of Light

Griffen Lim / Maggie McFadyen As mesmerising as it’s kooky, there’s a magical essence to the art of plate-spinning where everyday objects whirl atop poles through the skill of a performer. Part circus act and part refined craft of manipulation, it possesses a charm of its own. Circus of Light is a collection of suspended plate forms that glow from …


  The Biennale of Sydney has started it’s 19th year. I took a trip out to Cockatoo Island to check out some of the Visual Artworks on display. The above photo of a couple of people viewing  “Dissent” by Susan Norrie.


A sunrise shoot at Forresters Beach. There was too much cloud cover to let the morning sun light up the sky, but this little rock caught my attention.