It’s no wonder I enjoy landscape photography. I’ve been lucky enough to call home to places like Cairns, the Whitsundays, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sydney, Seattle, Melbourne, Hobart and the Torres Strait!
During those wonderful years at high school, music (voice, French Horn) were my thing. All those creative juices that no longer had an outlet after finishing school, came to the forefront in 2005 when I purchased my first D-SLR. Since then I’ve immersed myself in beautiful rich landscapes, and tried to do them justice utilising the digital medium.
My images are an extension of who I am, and I hope you enjoy taking a trip through my portfolio and share some of the joy I have had in capturing these images.
Outside of photography I spend a lot of time with my other interest (read: obsession), which is anything to do with Weather. I currently have a Davis weather station providing live data to the web and I enjoy all aspects of observations and studying computer models to determine forecasts.
I also have a website if you’d like to have a look but otherwise feel free to contact me
So, whilst sitting at home on a Friday night with my fantastic new earphones on, listening to my catalogue of nearly 5000 songs (so as not to disturb the male of the house who is enthralled with the Ashes) , I got to thinking.. “what songs touch you so deep in your soul, they bring out a feeling in you?”. / Music is a huge part of who I am. It brings me to the ground, it calms me dow…
A huge thank you to the buyer who this morning purchased a greeting card of my Tasman Sea Cliffs! I hope you enjoy it. It was a fun place to capture an image in really trying circumstances (3m swell, 40kt winds!). / Thank you / xx Kel / Here are a few other images taken on the same adventure..
Well – we’ve been back for a little over a week and I’ve been so sick with a nasty cold/flu that I’ve hardly had time to process many photos at all! / Thailand was absolutely mind-blowing and amazingly photogenic. We saw some of the best sunsets we could even imagine. / Bangkok was insanely big and even flying in to land at Suvanarbhumi airport doesn’t show you the …
Not that I’m counting or anything.. / Next weekend we are off on our holiday to Thailand! Considering I’ve been counting down since I bought the tickets in FEBRUARY (!!!) the next 8 days should pass quite quickly. / Our itinerary is jam packed with places to go and things to see. There is really not much time spent for ‘relaxing’ but hey I can do that back home! We are vi…