I'm just back from the States. Did a bit of rummaging through archives and came across this random selection of old family photos.
Just because the Harbour Bridge was mentioned today in the media (for a ridiculous reason which doesn't bear repeating) I shall post a picture from a very early morning photo shoot when I was waiting for the fast ferry to Manly.
I've begun a new gallery in the photography section; it's, for the moment, all stills from our past two Teachers Federation film productions for cinema and television ads. I was the on-site client representative and (perhaps more usefully) the de facto stills photographer. See the whole gallery here.
My friends, Sally and Piero, invited me down to the family holiday house near Bateman's Bay for the Easter long weekend.
This is the view outside my office right now (combination of bush fires outside the city and a coming storm).
Earlier this week I picked up Saul Leiter's Early Color on the recommendation of Sharon at Published Art in Surry Hills. Published Art is this great art and design shop on the ground floor of my office; I have to moderate my exposure there or I'd quickly deplete my bank account with purchases. I had never heard Leiter before (though his work really resonates with the kind of photography I aspire to). I've been looking for some photo inspiration for a while; now just seeking the right light and the texture of life to combine in camera.