My name is Kell Jeater and I’m a Photographer from Perth, Australia.
I’ve been taking photos since I was 8 and at the age of 15 I started studying photography, beginning with black and white film and an old manual Fuji slr. This was way back in 1997.
I am absolutely obsessed with Australian wildflowers (especially Banksias) and the textures and intricate details of them. Many varieties are unique only to my little corner of the world, so I am dedicated to capturing and sharing them with people that may not be so lucky to see them in person.
Since May 2013 I have been working on a local area history project, documenting aspects of my city and suburbs for future generations. This project is called “My place in time”. You can read about it on my website, Blackcurrant Photography.
I hold a Cert IV in Photography (2000) a Diploma of Photoimaging at Central Institute of Technology (2010).
My work is not currently for sale.