The Schweppes Mixer brand was actively differentiating itself from the typical snooty bar cocktail culture. Instead it encouraged its customer to mix cocktails at home, to dispense with the rules, and to use whatever they had available - be that a jam jar for a glass, a garden flower for a garnish or to use a rolling pin as a muddler.
City Of Melbourne
Commisioned by The City of Melbourne to photograph fifty-five portraits to acknowledge and celebrate the long-term commitment of independent small business proprietors in the City of Melbourne. The portraits were then exhibited for two weeks in the historical Melbourne Town Hall.
Old Parts (right) of eighty-eight year old motorcycle spare parts shop owner Jean Beanham (Owner of Modal Motorcycles) was also a selected finalist in The National Photographic Portrait Prize 2014.
The National Photographic Portrait Prize is an annual event intended to promote the very best in contemporary photographic portraiture by both professional and aspiring Australian photographers.
The Gallery offers a prize of $25,000 for the most outstanding photographic portrait.
Australian Defence Force
To be a submariner you have to endure long stretches at sea, miles away from friends and family, and often in complete darkness. These images were commissioned to search for new recruits who had the dedication required to live and breathe the life of a submariner.
Love Letters to Rossetti
An ode to Dante Gabriel Rossetti, where beauty, romance, and religion tragedically collide.
Italian Vogue showcased the series on PhotoVogue.
It has recently been aquired by a Tuscan vineyard and winemaker for their 2015 campaign.
Big Bash cricket is not your normal type of cricket. It’s faster, they play loud music, and there’s plenty of fireworks. These images were commissioned to show how different a game of Big Bash cricket is from the cricket we’ve grown accustomed to.
With more and more live music venues closing down across Melbourne, Tram Sessions takes the whole venue problem out of the equation. Tram Sessions is a not-for-profit project with the sole purpose of putting bands on Melbourne trams for your commuting pleasure.
If you’re lucky enough, a zone-1 ticket could get you front row seats to the likes of Amanda Palmer (Dresden Dolls), Vance Joy, Jordie Lane, Passenger, Paul Kelly or Lanie Lane.
With the help of these amazing Australian musicians we created these promotional images for Tram Sessions.