I have a number of upcoming dates set for many of my Tasmanian Photography Workshops:
Raptor Reflections April 18 & 19 2015; $890 per person. New dates have been set for this extremely unique workshop which includes photographic tuition as well as tuition in painting by the wonderful Katherine Cooper… Read more →
The Tasmanian Devil is without a doubt Tasmania’s most well known critter. Seeing (and photographing) them in the wild is a tough ask as not only are they nocturnal, but their numbers have been massively diminished in the wild due to a terrible cancer-like disease known as Devil Facial Tumor Disease (DFTD) which is fatal to all devils that catch it… Read more →
Every autumn in Tasmania we enjoy the spectacle of the “Turning of the Fagus” that is to say, the leaves of the endemic Nothofagus gunnii, change from the deep summer greens to autumnal tones of yellow, orange and red.
The best places to view this unique Australian scene are at Mt Field in the south, and Cradle Mountain in the north… Read more →