photography

In the FRAME with Julia Noni

A good fashion editorial can simply bring you up to date with the latest styles but few rarely stop you in your tracks! Although after watching the September Issue I have a greater respect for the creative genius required in pulling of such breath taking beauty as captured by Julia Noni. Known for her use of color and ability to seamlessly integrate the environment Noni...

the idea of the imperfect image Shannon McGrath

Shannon McGrath is known for her photographic skills as an architectural and interiors photographer. Shannon say’s, “the endeavor of my professional practice is to capture and work images to the point of near perfection. They are images that celebrate, document and show clearly its subject matter.” Her latest upcoming exhibition “Fraction,” in this series of works Shannon investigates the...

in the FRAME with Mario Testino

Mario Testino is one of the world’s most influential photographers. Born in Lima, Peru, he moved to London in 1976 which he made his home and where he began his career. His vision has made him a much sought-after creative partner in the fashion and beauty industries today. His work has been featured across the globe in magazines from Vogue to Vanity Fair and he has...

in the FRAME … Instagram with Petrina Turner

Melbourne based interior designer Petrina Turner is an all-round creative and her well-styled life is shared via Instagram to nearly 23,000 followers daily. Between running her design studio, sharing her Insta Adventures Turner has now focused her creative mind to help those desperately in need of hope, love and a fair go. Launching #thepaperboatsproject is a set of her instagram images featuring the fragile but resilient...

Naomi Campbell

Before photo shop there was a computer system called Piantbox which achieved similar results. Graphic designer, photographer, producer, video director, author-script writer,  Seb Janiak was a pioneer artist creating what he called "digital matte painting"with the aid of Paintbox. Inlaying several photographs in one to obtain homogeneous images, striking of realism.  Its great to see that he like his subject Naomi Campbell are still kicking...

American Beauty in the FRAME

The city of Detroit has had an unprecedented impact on the industrial age and the modern world. Once called “The Paris of the Midwest,” it was a city driven by innovation and craftsmanship. The architecture of Detroit in the early 1900s rivaled that of New York, Chicago, or Paris. Then came the Great Depression of the 1930s. Though Detroit would rise again, the era of...

Postcards from Cuba

There is something timeless about a well dressed young man/gent and photographer Greg Swales and Stylist Joseph Eposcopo headed to Cuba capturing the spirit of youth, summer and exploration. Given that we are entering summer in Australia I thought I’d share “Postcards from Cuba”, taken from T.I for mens' 2013 summer campaign. with the fellas captured walking in the streets of Havana playing the part...

Perched high on Aegina Island…… Greece

Perched high on Aegina Island overlooking the bay and clusters of islands this private residence designed by Helen Sfakianaki drinks in the bay and mountain views whilst delivering a modernist approach to classic white and blue island homes found within the Greek Islands. The simple concrete form sunken into the plot discretely houses a lower level minimizing the volume of the build. The fold away...

Richard Powers.photographer.Books 4 your design inspiration.

Richard Powers is one of my personal favorite interior / architectural photographers with an incredible body of work spanning the globe if your looking for design inspiration and would like to treat yourself to some design indulgence check out some of his books over the festive season. Richard emailed me today mentioning his latest book pietboon has just been released. For more info on his...