Irene

I shot these photos with my favourite model – my talented younger sister, Irene. Thankfully she was a good sport as I dragged her around our neighbourhood in her pointe shoes. “Dance is the hidden language of the soul.” Martha Graham

A New Dawn

Last Saturday, for the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings, I went to my first Anzac Day dawn service. This one was held at Elephant Rock, Currumbin Beach and was the biggest service on the Gold Coast, with crowds of over 30,000 braving the cold at 4am. It was such an amazing experience to see … Continue reading

Monochrome

More Kyoto photos… These were taken at the Yasaka Shrine, situated at the east end of Shijō-dōri in the Gion District.

National Treasure

Kyoto continued… Easily one of the most popular tourist spots in Kyoto, Kiyomizu-dera is a designated national treasure and a fixture in the minds of Japanese people. The historic temple, that was established in 778, is an enchanting glimpse into the Japanese culture of past and present. The street leading to the temple even makes you … Continue reading

Goodbye Winter

Another warm, sunny Sunday in Yokohama – is it safe to say winter is over? My Sunday started once again with a coffee date while basking in the sun and people watching, with my love, Pierre Hermé. Perhaps you’ve heard of him? Yes, like all the well-known bloggers and instagrammers, I’ve become obsessed with macarons. … Continue reading