Archive for September 2016

Photography at The Glasshouse, Port Macquarie

The Glasshouse is a purpose-built, state-of-the-art cultural and technical centre offering inspiring versatile venues for performances, shows and concerts plus it is also home to The Glasshouse Regional Gallery. With it’s innovative architecture, naturally lit atrium style foyers and unique acoustically superior theatre it really is a stunning building. Although it has been a divisive…

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Photographing bathrooms can be tough

On of the toughest things to photograph well is often the smallest room in the house. With their reflective surfaces and generally cramped size, bathrooms represent a real challenge for photographers. There is nothing like being wedged in a shower with a camera on a tripod and getting wet socks while trying to set up…

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Dusk photography at the newly renovated Port City

Wednesday evening saw me waiting for dusk to appear while I photographed the newly renovated Port City Bowling Club in Port Macquarie. This $4.7 million renovation is truly stunning and while still catering to existing members it will certainly help the club to attract the next generation of members. It was designed by Sydney based…

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Photographing a stunning family home

I recently had the pleasure to photograph this stunning home recently for McGrath Estate Agents. The home was designed and styled by the talented team at Stylebox Designs and built by Cavalier Homes. Having a professional designer makes a huge difference to the look and feel of any home but when you are trying to…

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Construction of Port Macquarie’s new indoor stadium.

I got the chance to photograph the current state of construction for the expansion of Port Macquarie’s regional indoor stadium. Work is progressing well on the $7.2 million project which is being built by commercial builders, Ware Construction. The expanded stadium will provide modern, state of the art facilities for participants and spectators including 6…

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