When Eric from Antojitos asked me to capture their awesome establishment, I jumped at the chance. Quirky, industrial interiors, cool textures and messy authentic mexican street food. What’s not to love?
A few weeks ago, I was up in the early hours of a very cold winter morning to head to the Hunter Valley for a full day shoot for new client, First Creek wines. Having never had a winery client, I was extremely excited. That day held a little bit of everything; some beautiful lifestyle shots of picnics and tastings, on top of a full tour of all the facilities and property.
Here are some of my favourite photos and moments of the day.
In March I turned 30, and that's apparently some kind of milestone. So to celebrate, my partner Wade and I headed to the concrete jungle. I had been to New York in 2014 but looking back, I don't feel like I really got out of it what I should or could have.
This time around, I was traveling with a person who loves everything that I do. Who also enjoyed walking out the door each morning and having only the most skeletal of plans, shopping and being a little careless with money because "babe when are we ever going to be in New York again" (Wade), a bloody good cocktail, strong coffee first thing in the morning, and spending hours upon hours getting lost with camera in hand. Granted, Wade's photogenicity really started to get fucking annoying by the end of the trip (seriously, some people just have it in front of the lens – and that is 100% not me in this twosome) but I think some of the moments we captured are worth sharing. So I hope you like this visual blog post of our 2 week vacay.