Monthly Archives: August 2009

Before we left on our road trip across Australia, from Perth to Sydney, Jaime Leigh and I did a photo shoot for West Australian clothing label Gospel Fashion with Carla as our model. My original plan was to get out in to the dunes at Lancelin but the weather was so bad we ended up doing a very stealth mission in to an abandoned Power Station near Fremantle. Lancelin Dunes The power station. It was a stealth mission because the place is surrounded by huge barbed wire fences and supposedly guarded by dogs who can sniff a photographer’s fear from miles away. We ended up parking the Camper-van down a side road and finding a hole in the fence to climb through. This was not made any easier by the rain and  the fact that I had brought a mini-tramp along. Although i guess we could have tried bouncing over……

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I got into boxing mid last year and had always admired the gritty black & white shots of the sport that really bring out it’s intimate nature; it really can be a beautiful sport in a most unconventional way. Marc Siou at Maximum Fitness on Tory St needed some new promo shots of the gym for their website to show the types of training he offers and also to show that boxing is not just for guys or an aggressive sport. I’ve been doing it for a while now and am really loving the training and toning side of it rather than the fighting and sparring. It’s a great work out 🙂 I was surprised by how much the women loved it, they were having a great time smacking the crap out of the bags and working up a sweat. Contact Mark at Maximum Fitness, 82 Tory Street, Te Aro,…

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