The Last Free Place in America

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Welcome to Slab City –  the last free place in America (so some say). It’s a squatter’s camp of about 150 locals who reside off the grid in all kinds of makeshift houses, caravans, old buses and tents. It’s got no electricity, no running water, no sewers or toilets, no trash pickup service – but it’s got [read more]

Salvation Mountain

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A lot can happen to a bloke out in the desert. And after a while, with enough sunshine, moonshine and time to think a man begins to see things and maybe even talk to himself a little bit. Or when that gets boring he just decides to dedicate his entire existence to building a giant [read more]

The Fun Police

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While it’s hard to see through the thick haze of weed smoke, the weekly drum circle that forms on Venice Beach on sundays is nothing short of a visual spectacle. Hundreds of perfect strangers congregate to get down to the accoustic rave and welcome in the new week…that is until the cops show up and [read more]

Venice Beach Skate Park

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Venice Beach, California, is the birth place of Skateboarding. Back in the 70’s some young blokes named ‘The Z-Boys’ (Stacy Peralta, Tony Alva and Jay Adams – among others) got their hands on some revolutionary rubber wheels and began to ride the empty concrete pools of the neighbourhood. These days the massive park is designed [read more]

Africa : behind the scenes


I love being able to go back through the archives of photographs taken on the side of trips and being surprised by how interesting they seem when you’ve had a little time and distance. All the images below were taken exactly three years ago on a massive trip around the globe shooting for Kinross Gold. Our small crew roamed [read more]

Well, hello there… we’re Stampede.

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It’s profound what can evolve from a conversation at the fade of a three-day night out… Thirteen years ago, myself and Alex Feggans badly line-danced our way around The Calgary Stampede – a rodeo in Alberta, Canada. Through the thick haze of a long night that’d been, we contemplated our futures and decided that one day, somehow, we’d work together makin stuff. [read more]

The Royal Tasmanians


Fresh off the proverbial press is this little ditty – the latest TVC & Print Campaign for the Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania (RACT). With creative direction by Duke Edward Carveth and his talented troop from BWM Melbourne – this was without a doubt one of the most fun and rewarding campaigns I’ve ever had the privilege of working on. Co-directed with my main-man, [read more]