It’s like a blink, a moment caught on pause before it’s flooded over with conversation or movement. I love that kind of photography.
Sydney is an extroverted city. The energy is dispersed thinly across it’s miles of white sandy beaches and outdoor patios. Cold countries and rainy cities force you to find refuge behind closed doors. The upside of this is the feeling of energy squeezed tightly together in small places. When the streets feel desolate and empty, people are gathered by the fire in lively homes or in overflowing, cheerful pubs. That kind of energy is feels thick and almost palpable.
It’s odd to experience winter in the middle of June. It will always be a month I cannot help but associate with warmth and summer. Before leaving for work this morning I wrapped my scarf around my neck, slipped my mittens in my pocket and grabbed my umbrella. I stood at the front door, peering […]
Every day for that year, my only homework assignment was to take one second of footage every day – this is it,
I remember a few years ago, sitting in the auditorium of one of my Travel and Tourism classes in College, while a young guy with a puka shell necklace, spiky hair and enthusiastic hand movements, raved to us about joining a program called SWAP in Australia.
I love getting the chance to take a break from the city and immerse myself in nature.
I woke up and went to a nearby cafe. I ordered a delicious coffee, a piece of toast with peanut butter.
But under all this fear, anxiety and uncertainty – there is a spark of excitement.