Not quite this summer feel today at Bondi Icebergs - a chilly 17 degrees - but non-wetsuit swims can't be too far away now.

City 2 Surf

It has been a few years since I've been up taking aerial photographs but Bronwyn Bishop really inspired me to get back up there. Thanks Mal Lyons for assisting and Bluesky Helicopters.  More photos in the portfolio section.


On January 16, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear four cases, on appeal from the Sixth Circuit, on whether states may constitutionally ban same-sex marriages or refuse to recognize such marriages legally performed in another state. They were decided by the court under the heading of Obergefell on June 26, 2015, when a 5–4 majority of justices led by Justice Anthony Kennedy declared there is a constitutional right for same-sex couples to marry and reversed the Sixth Circuit's judgment.

Australia remains one of the few countries in the OECD to have not legalised same-sex marriage.  Shame.


So good to be re-united with the three little buddies and no better place that Mollymook which is just amazing in the winter time.

Merit Cup

Kings Cross Steelers

Shooting the Official Kings Cross Steelers RFC First XV yesterday. It was an impressive game with the Steelers running in 4 tries to zero and a place in the Merit Cup final in two weeks time.


I have returned.


Super Hurricane Juno never really lived up to all the hype but did provide some wonderful photographic opportunities as New Yorkers revelled in a late January snow day.


After many aborted missions I spent an amazing day from sunrise to sunset taking photos in Yosemite National Park with my very good friend Antoinette Addison.

Gare de Lyon

Off on another adventure to Burgundy - the grand hall of Gare de Lyon