On a recent trip home to the UK I wanted to push taking photos with nothing but my iPhone. I became obsessed with shooting panoramas and shot them everywhere I went. Scotland's breathtaking natural vistas lent themselves well to this super-wide-angle photography.

Although there are various apps out there for pano-shooting (my weapon of choice is AutoStitch Panorama), with the release of iOS6 last week, the camera app now comes with a panorama feature built straight into the app. Not only does this make taking panos super easy in a single sweeping motion, it is capable of capturing images 16MB and over! The best camera truly is the one in your pocket.

Here are a few favouties taken while in the UK. Stitched together with AutoStitch Panorama, with some processing on vsco cam.

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Ive just returned to Australia from an extravagantly long Work-slash-Holiday trip home to the UK. If you follow me on the Instagram you would undoubtedly already know this, if not stay tuned for a future blog post;)

For now however, here is some new work featuring Sissel, shot a couple months back in Sydney.


Photography// weareadventurers

Styling// Marianne Malafosse

 Makeup// Lisa Xenides

Hair// Jeremy Pittis

Model// Sissel @ London MGT Group


Happy Springing adventurers!


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Black and Gold


Fault Magazine have just published a recent editorial I shot- head on over to check out the full story. Big thanks to my awesome team on this one! Especially our stunning Danish model Sissel, who arrived in Australia for the first time 2 days prior, and was fighting jet lag throughout, and Scott for letting us shoot in his awesome pad;). 

Photography// weareadventurers

Styling// Marianne Malafosse

 Makeup// Lisa Xenides

Hair// Jeremy Pittis

Model// Sissel @ London MGT Group


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Plain Sailing

As summer is well and truly over now I thought id share some images from a shoot we did a couple of months back to help keep the cold at bay! The Weather Gods certainly took favour on us that day and the conditions could not have been more perfect. Here are a few fav captures from the day in this here post. Props got to SBS for the use of their fine vessel and skipper, who knew every inch of Sydney Harbour like the back of his hand. Muchas gracias to our awesome team- Models Renee, Annabel and Romeo, Jaclyn on hair & MU and assistant Danielle. 

Tech deets for the gear heads: Lighting consisted of a mix of natural w/reflectors, and an Elinchrom Ranger for its ability to pack a lot of punch for its relative small size. Despite our luxury yacht, every inch of space was at a premium. All images shot with the 5D MKII. Computer station was set up below deck (next to the hair and MU dept. ;) ) for backing up/ review of images, we were on the boat for over 8 hours and there was no coming back to do anything twice.

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Kismet Editorial


Howdy Adventurers! Happy Monday. Just wanted to share with you all a sneak peek from my new editorial 'Rest of Years' being published in Kismet Mag next month (yup, as in this week!)
Hope you like it, and stay tuned for the full story which will be up here later this week.
Photography// weareadventurers 
Model// Laura @ Viviens
Styling// Samantha Denise 
Makeup// Maree Spagnol
Hair// Peter Avalon
Photography Assistant// Jason de Plater



Adventures in Monochrome: New Zealand Pt. 1


At the beginning of the month I managed to fulfil a dream I've had for 10 years or more: New Zealand. The following stills were captured over a 9 day period around the Tongariro National Park, North Island. The trip was everything I expected, and then some. New Zealand's landscape is incredibly varied given its size. From the air, you see some of the most stunning landscape imaginable. Flying over active snow covered volcanos, its got to be one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.

Im already looking forward to returning next year to visit the Wild South.



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