Photo Set 03: Cronuts & Coffee
Brewtown Newtown NSW, AU
This photo set I feel, doesn't really require words. Cronuts. Coffee.
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Win a rare print from myself & @demas, for both you AND a friend. We’re giving away 12 in total. It’s free and super easy to enter. Entries close 25th December @9PM so get in quick. Click through to find more details.
My stripped down full kit I usually travel with. It includes (almost) everything I need for most photo & video jobs. I’ve written some comments & notes on a few of the key pieces. Click through:
My august travel plans
Hi friends! I have been busy planning some exciting travel projects in the coming months. I've finally locked in the projects and booked the flights so I thought I'd take a minute to give you a quick update on my upcoming adventures! Find out where I’m headed:
Yep - I lost two whole years worth of photos and videos. I didn’t take my storage workflow seriously enough and I paid the price. I’ve since revamped my entire workflow from the bottom up, and have come up with a pretty great solution.
Click through to read my full guide on how I setup my new storage workflow.
My short (street) film for Street Classics is live. It is a collection of unseen footage from my travels t through HK, NYC & Japan. Click through for the video.
BTS / The making of.
I share some screenshots and some thoughts from my process of creating this film.
Australian Launch Campaign
I was part of the keynote & Australian launch of the DJI Mavic Air. Click through to check the video & photos I made for them.
I’ve partnered with Adobe & Microsoft to giveaway the tools you need to step up your photography & editing game! Click through to win.
Parfums De Voyage
Cathay Pacific sent me and a few of my friends to explore & capture the essence of Hong Kong. Full story & photo set inside.
My favourite street accounts of 2017. Click through to find some street photography inspo.
2017 wrap up of my favourite nature accounts on Instagram.
Light Weight Photographer kit
Here’s what I brought on my HK trip - only the essentials.
My highly anticipated Japan travel film. It only took 6 months to edit. Click through to watch!