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Some people say, what’s the point in art? Or, I don’t ‘get it’ or I could have done that. Art by defininition is the expression of something you want to say. I think you’d struggle to find a better case for art than at the William Ricketts Sanctuary, located up in the gorgeous hills of […]

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I’m a photographer that goes beyond the pose to tell real life stories in photographs. I design images to reconnect you to what’s most important in your life. I search for what’s really going on. It could be a momentous moment, like the first day of your baby’s life, or it could be a simple […]

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Jules - January 31, 2013 - 7:10 pm

Beautiful work, Beth! Camille, how wonderful to see this gorgeous little person who I massaged when he was still in your tummy! It’s just lovely to see you looking so happy with your beautiful family.
Jules xx

Beth Jennings - February 1, 2013 - 12:19 pm

Totally Jules!! How amazing to see the progress. From bump to baby!! XXX

Towards the end of last year I photographed Sally and Tim with their gorgeous twins Benjamin and Lucy. All I can say is nom nom nom – those babies are just too cute!!  The start of their family photo session was timed with the best time of day for the babies. I have to say, […]

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Merry Christmas!! Yes today is a day off from working, but you know me, it’s hard to put the camera down. I kept it by my side this year, for most of the day and I thought I’d post a few frames here. In the morning I saw my sister, brother-in-law and their children. In […]

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Back in Canberra and into another Conquering Your Camera Workshop. Lynelle and Narina were my participants this time. As is often the case they came into it concerned that perhaps they didn’t have enough knowledge to qualify them for the workshop. But of course, that’s the point! And what I do find regularly is that […]

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This year I have entered the world of print advertising for my family photography. I looked around to see what family/children/baby magazines are out there and came across Little One Baby magazine, back when I was doing a Mathilda’s Market in Canberra. Two things that struck me about this magazine: 1. They publish Baby only […]

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Recently I was in Murrumbateman near Canberra to shoot the brand story of Yarrh Wines (pronounced ‘yar’).  After considerable planning (several months) the day finally arrived. Fiona Wholohan and Neil McGregor have done an outstanding job, alongside Julia Brown, their brand manager and George Macintosh, their designer. It’s about as far from wine-making as you […]

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[youtube_sc url=”http://youtu.be/gCRuNIjRJbE” modestbranding=”1″ autohide=”1″] Britta Herold extraordinaire – oh my lord she is amazing! Britta is German, and has had years of training and professional experience in make up and body painting. From what I’ve ever seen of body painting, it’s either super duper amazing, or just nuffy stuff…you know? Britta is definitely not in […]

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Last weekend I was in the mood for a nice day trip from Melbourne. I remembered the Heide Museum of Modern Art. In 1934 John and Sunday Reed (nee Baillieu) bought an old dairy farm and began with a shared vision of what they wanted to create. Together they built a place for progressive artists […]

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I’m So Excited!!!! Little One Kids Annual is out in newsagents now – and the beautiful Marchant family (Carla, Duncan, Loki and Olivia) feature! Go on, go out and buy one, it’s a gorgeous mangazine filled with all sorts of practical, real life experiences, advice and recommendations. A great magazine to have on the coffee […]

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