I was on set to photograph the cover, publicity photos and capture the behind the scenes goodness. Check out the full gallery here.
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2017 marked my tenth time photographing the music festival. View the full gallery.
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Cherie pulled off an amazing, intimate show at The Corner Hotel, it was as if she had been performing solidly for the past 30 years. Supported by a local all-girl line up, Tequila Mockingbyrd and Wild Violet.
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- American Nights
- Rock & Roll
- Rock ‘n’ Roll Rosie
- Dear Mum
- Is It Day or Night?
- Roxy Roller
- Queens of Noise
- California Paradise
- Midnight Music
- Lady Grinning Soul
- Rebel Rebel
- Do You Love Me?
- Cherry Bomb
On the new site, at the charming heritage-listed Royal Exhibition Building. Old world charm comes at a price – no air-conditioning, so some of the Autumn/Winter styling had to be altered to suit the rising temperature.
I covered the runway action, for the seventh consecutive year. Here are some of my highlights from Runway 2 and 3. Full gallery on Flickr.
I have photographed this event since its infancy at the Prince Bandroom, and for the ninth time I captured the French festivities.
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View the full gallery and archives from Open House Melbourne 2010-2015.
Meat Market, North Melbourne
Built in 1880 to the design of architect George Johnson – now a grade one heritage-listed building. Noted for it’s character-packed, ostentatious architecture with decorative ram head sculptures dotted throughout. Today, it’s fully preserved thanks to the Bracks government and now used as a performing arts space. George Johnson also designed other notable buildings including the Fitzroy Town Hall and St Kilda Hall.
Edgewater Towers, St Kilda
Australia’s first multi-residential apartment complex, designed to bring the Miami-style living to St Kilda. Designed by émigré architect Mordechai Benshemesh and completed in 1961, it’s the perfect time capsule of Mid Century Modern architecture in Melbourne.
RMIT Design Hub, CBD
Completed in 2012 to house RMIT’s School of Architecture, Design Hub’s minimalism architecture is designed to inspire the students to explore solar energy and environmental factors in their work.