James Price Point video and Exhibition

If visitors arrived from another planet and took an overall view of our common problems, I presume they would tell us “overpopulation, lack of drinking water, lack of food, and … Read More

The Tale of King George Falls

The location is the Kimberley in Western Australia after a record setting wet season.. The scene is the mighty King Georg Falls. The falls are twin 85 meter tall waterfalls … Read More

Farewell Australia

I have been living in Australia for more than six months, with two awesome trips to Papua New Guinea and Cambodia thrown in. It is however now time to part … Read More

Balingup Power line smoke

I have been shooting all day long with Christian Fletcher in the South Western corner of Australia and we have been capturing mankind vs. nature. Altered landscapes, deforestation, mines and … Read More

Cloud catching in the Kimberley

Sometimes I look at the clouds and knowing the science behind the saturated air, I still must wonder like a young child: Where are they made? And how does Mother … Read More

Raft Point and Steep Island

Towering walls of ancient red rock and peaceful pebbled beaches and the scene of a human drama on an epic scale. Raft Point and Steep Island are found on the … Read More

Hunter River

The morning is warm and humid. There is little wind and the sun has yet to rise. The colours are soft and gentle. A most beautiful and special feeling it … Read More

Kimberley Tales Video

As per tradition, we the on board photographers on True North presented a slideshow movie on the last night of our True North Kimberley Ultimate cruise. I experimented plenty with … Read More

Kimberley Tales

I barely remember what I just did. I forget what comes next. I live only now. Existing, living, breathing in the very moment in the prehistoric ancient environment of the … Read More

Capturing the Kimberley Coast

Come this Saturday 12th of March True North Mark and I are flying to Broome to join up with David Bettini and Greg Munyard and do a 13 day cruise … Read More

Rural scapes of Australia’s South West

The very beginning of January Christian Fletcher, Neal Pritchard, Tony Spencer and I embarked on a great photo camping adventure to Esperance in Australia’s South West. While the beaches and … Read More

Fantastic Four Fotographers of the Southwest

Once in a blue moon great teams come together. The Fantastic Four Fotographers of the Australian Southwest is one such great team. Christian Fletcher, Neil Pritchard of Spool Photography, Antony … Read More

Colours of Roebuck Bay of Broome

The pristine Kimberley is quite the extraordinary spectrum of light, especially to the human eye unaccustomed to tropical saturation. Roebuck Bay of Western Australia is a playground for colours with … Read More

My waterhole Broome

Every wanderer needs a waterhole, an oasis, occasionally. It has been a tumultuous year for this wanderer, exciting and very trying. My plan after Papua New Guinea was always just … Read More

Jarlmadangah and the Full Moon

“Blackfella headlights” cracks Billy and we all share a good laugh. I am at Jarlmadangah aboriginal community. Billy from the community is telling the story of how they went hunting … Read More

Wyadup Rocks at dusk

This afternoon was magical and probably the highlight of our whole trip. The problem is the experience was so great and the light so awesome that not one of my … Read More