Monday, November 10, 2008

Theology and Ministry Graduation Class 08.

This was an 'accident' shoot. My sister was graduating and asked me to go along as the 'mum' to watch her get her photo taken. So I truddled along with a book, perched myself at a park bench, held all her stuff and was content to watch from afar. Until she ran up to me in desperation- the professional photographer they booked never turned up. So insert me.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Beaches around australia

Ok I'll admit. I may prefer Australian beaches. Here's some beaches and sea scapes around australia.

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Melissa and Cameron

She was my first friend I had in Australia. I remember lying on the floor of my room, tears streaming down our faces as we poared out our hearts or dreams and fears. One of her dreams- to be married. I also remember the first night she got asked to go for a walk by Cameron. She raced up and down her stairs in an absolutle frenzy freaking out about what to wear.

Melissa is one of the most- in fact THE most talented pianists I know. I am so proud of her. She's normally quite pleasent, and soft. Until you hear her on the piano. Then she is fiery, angry, feirce, strong, melencholy, wistful etc... The piano is her voice. This piano was played as she walked down the aisle.

Monday, March 3, 2008


I love Sydney, in spurts- meaning very small day excursion doses.

This photo has been by far my most successful photo's I have ever taken- it has got me shortlisted for a few things in australia- but Im not a citizan.

Sometimes to get the angle. You have to wear the angle.

I met this woman in a very plush plush loo. She had a fake american accent (along with the fake everything about her). But she was genuine. Contradiction- Im aware of it, but I believe it.

Almost everytime I go to Sydney I see this man. I wish I had the guts to ask about his story.but he did let me photography him.



 I thought I would never do it. It wasn't as tall as the NZ one. But I did. Center point tower.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Esther and Sebastion

Esther is genius. She is a musician. Actually she is music. Hearing her play the cello is like closing your eyes and indulging in the 5 senses at the same time. She has taught me so much. I came into the music department as a scared, compeditive and apathetic flautist and through our deep chats time listening to her, I have fallen in love with music and the power it has- both on the performer and the listener.
Out of our entire group- She was the least likely to get married, and now she is so married, and a mother. Im so proud of her and honoured to know her.

Here's a shoot of her family.