Category Archives: Film

Piano Love | On Film

At the end of last year I photographed my favourite personal shoot to date! I did shoot mostly onView full post »

Canada….on film!!

Goodness…don’t die of shock.  Some 5 months after we have arrived home from CanadaView full post »

Zane & Heidi | Film

I am super excited to share these images! I really do adore these two people – so when theyView full post »

The Sweetest Thing…

My daughter started kindy this year, and one of her little friends was the most gorgeous littleView full post »

Broome + Camels + Sunset

Apparently no trip to Broome is complete without a camel ride along the beach at sunset. With noView full post »

Broome Love :-)

I feel incredibly privileged to have been asked by the super talented Melanie Linklater (fromView full post »

Two photographers and a little girl :-)

What do two photographers with half an hour to spare do???  Dress up one photographer’sView full post »

Oh Fremantle…

….I would move there just for the photography opportunities (yes, hubby thinks I’mView full post »

The beautiful Miss Celeste :-)

What do you do when you only have a few frames left on a roll of film?Ask a gorgeous girl to beView full post »

Family on Film :-)

My first chance to do a family shoot on film. Scary?Yes. But thankfully I was shooting alongsideView full post »

Girl’s best friend :-)

My daughter isn’t just about pretty dresses and fairies and pink.Well, she hardly could beView full post »

First few rolls…

…from my Contax – going back quite a few months now 🙂This is the first I have EVER shotView full post »


Fact:  I’m in love.With my MF polaroid.Or perhaps I’m addicted.Either/or…. SadlyView full post »

FINDing myself (part iii)…

Day three.  Wow.  It was nearly over. And this day we were shooting weddings.Not justView full post »

FINDing myself (part ii)…

Day two of our fabulous film workshop was shooting families.Shooting with a camera, shooting! IView full post »

FINDing myself…

Further to my film story, I had the privilege of attending a Film Is Not Dead workshop with theView full post »