The incredible people at Quiksilver just took us on an amazing trip to Paris for their 40th anniversary party. I'll post some more images soon. Until then, here's a few that I managed to take when I was playing the tourist not the drunk.
Here's an EP I shot for Sony, two kids from the Northern Beaches called Georgia Fair.
I had a nice chance to shoot 14 pages for Harpers Bazaar recently. Taking inspiration from the recent Where The Wild Things Are film, we shot the fucking awesome Alexandra Agoston over two days down in the Southern Highlands of NSW, in and around Bowral. Some credits and thanks to the following people who make it a shitload easier: Styled by Mark Vassallo, styling assist Monique Santos, Hair by Alan White and Makeup by Claire Thomson. Produced by Cameron and Rebecca at RW, and Bec Khoury at ACP. Retouched by Tamaiya Lee. And what a fuckhead I forgot to credit Mike Purvis in the actual story who Assists and Digital Operates for me. There's a team photo at the bottom of a few of them.
I love the work of Beau Grealy. I love it even more one of my best school friends is marrying him next year. Congratulations Al and Beau.
Had an amazing time shooting the recent Glue Stores Summer Catalogue this month. I'll post some more images once the catalogue is instores. For now here's a fucking great out-take and the awesome team here (unfortunately missing Kat and Amandine). Pictured L-R: Jack / Video, Mike / Digi Op and Assist, Claire / Hair and Makeup, Tess / Model, Jack / Model, Me / Photography, Matty / Model, Rondog / Creative Director and James / Styling.
I shot about 50 portraits for a friends new talent agency 'The Look' the other week.
My talented wife Kelly launched her homewares line recently. We shot these images for her first range a few months back now. Check out Ponyrider.com.au and keep an eye out for the posterwalls she's printing also.
We get issue 024 back of Monster Children early next week. I was luckily enough to be invited as a guest photographer on the set of 'Where the Wild Things Are' almost 3 years ago. And it's only now that some of the photos can be published. We gave the issue 10 pages of behind the scenes images of Spike and the crew on set. Geoff McFetridge did the type over one of my shots for the cover here also. And here's one of Spike hanging with Alexander that was released today. There will be alot more of this stuff posted after the movie is released on Oct 16th.
More Levis work has gone up now. Hair and makeup by Aimee Fiebig, styled by Dave Bonney, produced by Kellie Tissear and Art Directed by Luke and Nick at the Glue Society. Models (Sam and Olivia)
Here's some final versions of the Levis Barber Shop windows I shot. This is part one of a national instore campaign. Hair and makeup by Aimee Fiebig, styled by Dave Bonney, produced by Kellie Tissear and Art Directed by Luke and Nick at the Glue Society. Models (L-R) Sam, Olivia and Karl.