Every Sunday night the hotel puts on a Sicilian BBQ feast! It was a perfect finish to our stay at the hotel. Staff was amazing, nothing was too hard and everything done with a smile.
Very close to Isola Bella a must see in the area and close to the cable car that takes to up to the old town of Taormina.
I was looking for a smart little travel camera and came across the Leica Q.
I've had it for a few weeks now and it's produced a few crackers with the help of the Italian landscape. These here are just Jpegs with a little treatment on them in the VSCO app. I'll process the Raws when I return home to check the real qualities of the files.
The guys at Alpine flew us to the Minaret Station Hunters Lodge to shoot a story for Grazia.
Couldn't have had a better day. One of the most beautiful spots I've ever had the privilege of shooting.
Originally a deer hunters shelter during the summer months back in the 50's before the use of helicopters changed the whole industry in the 60's.
Bloody good Italian food! Jam packed with locals for 55 years proving its name sake dish is not to be missed!
The Tiramisu is a winner too.
More of this little beauty to come soon!
After a long wait I finally was lucky enough to shoot at this little gem just off the coast from Mission Beach, QLD.
Ive always love the pictures from this tiny island and hoped I'd get there one day. It sits next to Dunk Island which is a 20 minute boat ride from the mainland. We also shot at Beaver Cay which is an even tinier sand spit 90 mins out to sea.
Spending Christmas in New York City this year and have found my new favourite restaurant. CARBONE.
Surprisingly there are two in the city, make no mistake, this one is on Thompson Street. 181 to be exact.
The menu is designed to share and there were some real beauties on it.
The Ragu and Lobster Ravioli were stand outs as appetisers.
Chilli Ribs and the steamed fish were my faves for mains.
Check it out if you get a chance!
Thanks Elyse and Kyra.
Back on the ground in Sydney now but snapped this on our recent trip to France. Stayed at the Pavillion De La Reine which was cool little boutique hotel if you're looking for one!
Spent the afternoon shooting on the Concerto in Sydney Harbour. What a location. #luckycountry
A breeding ground for Great Whites and rolling shifting dunes. The dunes creep 30cm a year inland.
Looking for a home brewed coffee in Wakiki? This is it. Piccolo Please.
If you're coming to eat, book ahead to avoid the queues.
Shot this Future Beauty story for Australian Vogue which hit the stands this week! Loved mixing it up with the different light sources and textures more than I usually get to on a beauty shoot.