Recently we created a portrait called The Ring Master. It’s brought a little controversy to the world (because clearly we didn’t have enough right now!) and I want to explain something to those offended by the creation.
” She had stood still for so long, she had lost her way. She had grown roots and wasn’t’ able to move forward at the speed she once had. She was evolving quickly into every other tree in the forest “
“If you could be anything in the world, what would you be?”
Our local industry is dying, our farms are dying, we are in drought across our country and soon that issue will be on every single one of our front doorsteps. We ALL need to do something. 8 – 10 years is nothing. We literally have no time like the present to make the change.
Once upon a time, a little girl answered the question ‘what do you want to do when you grow up?’ with the answer of “An Artist”
Photographing children has always held a special place in my heart. Since 2010 when our daughter was born, I moved away from the wedding photography world and into the portraiture world. Which I’m told is pretty common among photographers. Being in this world was fantastic. I taught myself everything from women to pregnancy through toContinue reading “There’s a fairy at the bottom of my garden”
it’s extremely ostracizing and deeply painful. I shy away from social interactions, being around people other than my family unit… sometimes even away from my family.
There’s nothing more satisfying than seeing artworks finished by a frame, matt and glass or even as a canvas or metal print.
The collaboration of the tribe is what has made this successful. When you get to collaborate on this scale you don’t often see all the bits and pieces as they’re created as a final cohesive piece.
“Nothing will ever be perfect, it’s finding joy in the imperfections”