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  1. St Denis Church. A Mid-century Marvel Hiding in Joondanna

    01 May 2017

    Perth, being the sprawling octopus that it is, tends to hide man of its architectural gems deep in the suburbs. The St Denis Church is one such gem. Located off Wanneroo Road and nestled amongst suburban housing in Joondanna, I only discovered this church by chance when cycling the backstreets…


  2. An architectural photographer just having a fun day out in Perth

    28 Mar 2017

    Some days, plain and simple, you just have to get out there and have fun. Architectural photography is about telling a story. That story is sometimes told beginning to end in a single image. Sometimes it is a longer narrative where relationships between detail, space and light are slowly revealed…


  3. Kings Park Education Centre - photographing it four years on

    20 Mar 2017

    The Kings Park Education Centre in Kings Park Botanical Gardens, Perth Western Australia, marks the fourth project within the park for architects Donaldson and Warn - projects that range from a treetop walkway on stilettoes to a subterranean dugout, and a few in between The Education Centre is buried into…


  4. What are you reading?

    06 Feb 2017

    50/60/70 ICONIC AUSTRALIAN HOUSES : THREE DECADES OF DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE by Karen McCartney. Mouthful of a book title, let’s just call it 50/60/70, but while we might want to skim over the majority of the title, there is not a single page of this book that should be skimmed over.…


  5. Northam Library - an architecture and photography road trip beyond the Perth city limits

    01 Feb 2017

    So what does an architecture nerd and photographer do on their day off? Yeah you guessed it - take pictures of buildings On this day though I only had one thing on my mind, and that was to take a short road trip out of Perth an head to Northam…


  6. To get the ball rolling

    14 Jan 2017

    A short and sweet HELLO! …and just like that, the ball is rolling… I am now officially an architectural photographer A huge thank you to my friends, family and colleagues for their encouraging words, their wise adages and their wise cracks, which all felt timed to perfection. I welcome you…


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