It was a pleasure to photograph this converted shack on Bruny Island for Dock4 Architects. Architecturally, it is a simple yet beautiful A-frame structure, with a warm and open interior space overlooking Apollo Bay. The selection of materials in this project made for a very photogenic combination which was great fun to photograph.
yet another classic extension by Preston Lane Architects. Utilising the long, narrow block in a very clever way, this Hobart house is the perfect mix of old meets new. Photographed in between rain showers, with expert interior styling by This Vacant Space.
Photography of Preston Lane Architects Sandy Bay extension. Originally a one storey brick house, the extension is tiered across two levels right to the water’s edge. Stunning concrete platforms mixed with perforated steel work were a pleasure to photograph. Built by Lane Group.
This extension to a grand heritage residence in Hobart sits engulfed within the tress of the existing garden. It was a pleasure photographing this project, with architectural design by Bence Mulcahy.
An ongoing collection of interior and architectural photography for Melbourne based designer and builder Blu Seven. With a focus on heritage townhouse conversions, Blu Seven strikes up a great balance of new and existing spaces and materials in their projects, with the results being timeless, sophisticated homes.
Architectural photography of recently completed warehouse apartments in Hobart. Designed by local Tasmanian architectural practice Preston Lane.
Architectural and interior photography of wukalina walk project — a three night, four day Aboriginal owned and operated guided walk based around the magnificent natural landscape of North East Tasmania. Designed by Tasmanian architectural practice Taylor and Hinds.
Interior and food photography of the recently opened Pharos at MONA for Gourmet Traveller Australia. Read the article here. The space features new works by artist James Turrell. “My art is about your seeing, like wordless thought that comes from looking into fire.”