Posted in Events,Fashion,PhotographyMay 20, 2012
Celebrate World Goth Day In Style
I have photographed a number of events for Rachael Black and crew. Most can be seen throughout these pages and most, nay, all – are always a ton of fun.
When I was asked if I would like to be involved in this years World Goth Day celebrations and photograph the fashion show, I jumped at the chance. There are always wonderful photo opportunities and a chance to mingle and mangle with some cool peeps that inhabit the dark side of life. Heck, that makes me feel right at home.
Posted in Events,Fashion,PhotographyFebruary 5, 2012
Where The Serpents Ever Dwell
Miss & Mr Alternative bills itself as ‘Australia’s Most Exciting Alternative Model Competition’ and this is certainly a title it clearly lives up to.
I was honoured to be asked to be one of the official photographers for the event so I was keenly anticipating the night for a few weeks even if I have had an incredibly busy past few days shooting a slab of gigs. Still, when an opportunity presents itself, one should jump at the chance without a moment’s hesitation!
Posted in Gigs,PhotographyFebruary 4, 2012
I fell in love with the Horrors when they released their brilliant debut ‘Strange Houses’ album in 2007. I must’ve played that sucker to the point of totally and utterly destroying every digital fibre on that disc. Just an amazing album that still gets regular spins today.
Posted in Events,Fashion,PhotographyMarch 13, 2011
Things That Go Bump In The Night
Circa Nocturna is always an exciting time of the year. It brands itself as Melbourne’s Premier Alternative Fashion Parade and it lives up to this image of itself time and time again.
Each and every year, Circa Nocturna allows some of the country’s sub-culture designers shine and sparkle on the catwalk of the pristine and beautiful Fitzroy Town Hall.
Posted in PhotographyJanuary 30, 2011
Under a burning Melbourne sun that seemed to scorch all in its path this weekend, I attended the Rites of Passage Festival at the Royal Exhibition Building.
From the get go, the event was beautifully organised and there was an incredibly vast bill of all sorts of entertainment, fashion, art, culture, characters and of course – a lot of tattoos!
Check out some of the photos from the event.
Posted in Gigs,PhotographyOctober 30, 2009
Bit of an impromptu gig tonight. My girlfriend happens to be a very big fan of Rowland S. Howard. So much so when we bumped into Rowland at the Nick Cave exhibition a year or so ago, he knew her by name. I recently bought her Rowland’s new album Pop Crimes for her birthday – but tonight, she bought us tickets for tonight’s album launch gig at the Prince Bandroom.