Photography must contain one thing: the humanity of the moment.
~  Robert Frank  ~


I fell in love with the magic of photography as a young girl and this passion remains as strong today as it was then. My photography comes from the heart, as intuitively, I strive to capture the spirit of the subject – be it a person or a place.

Welcome. This page is all about my world of photography and includes links to recent and upcoming happenings, thoughts and dreams, new galleries, and slideshows.

Have you ever been to the beautiful island of Sri Lanka? The island is still recovering from the devastation of the Boxing Day Tsunami. I recently went to take photos of the South West affected area to assist on-going fundraising to support the orphaned children. I was delighted and surprised by the beauty of the island, and its people are amongst the warmest and most welcoming I’ve ever come across. Side trips included The Cultural Triangle and the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage.

ASeTTS (Association for Services to Torture and Trauma Survivors inc) 2008 calendar is now released and available directly from their head office. View my images here.

Do you want to take your photography to the next level but not sure where to start? Are you overwhelmed by your thousands of digital photos that you’ve never organised to a manageable system? Do you need a simple cataloguing system to create fabulous slideshows, photobooks, web portfolios? Maybe I can help. I now offer Tutoring Sessions to nurture and expand your photographic development. These can be one-on-one or small groups.

Another great joy in my life is judging photographic competitions. It’s such an honour to be asked to be a judge, and to watch individuals or Camera Clubs grow from strength to strength is wonderfully encouraging. I’m thrilled that our local Perth photographers can meet and match photographers from all over the world. I’m honoured to have been invited to judge most of WA’s Camera Clubs monthly competitions, various City Council Photographic Awards, The York Society Photographic Awards, the Perth National Photographic Competition and the Fremantle International Portrait Prize.

The Wild Heart Adventures’ Landscape Legends photographic workshops in the South West were a great success. I was honoured to be part of the administration team responsible for their logistics and smooth running. These were four-day workshops, with both teaching and location shoots and were held in some of the iconic locations of WA - including Margaret River, Dunsborough, Walpole, Albany and Denmark. Wonderful quality time for all participants. Great food, great company and great locations.

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