Mark Rhodes and I went adventuring the first day we met in September this year. I’d flown into Brisbane that morning, a little rusty from the bight and shiny wake up call of 3:30am, but full of creative energy!
Mark picked me up from the airport and in true wandering spirit, asked me what kind of terrain I felt like exploring today. Ceader Creek had me at the mention of waterfalls!
The location was stunning. Every angle you looked, there was another rock to climb, fallen tree to lie on or water to wade through, there were so many spots to get amongst and create shapes within.
I will never accurately be able to explain the serenity of shooting fine art nudes in nature.. The song of the birds in the trees, the rustle of branches and the bubbling of creeks, natures quiet rhythm – Swoon worthy.
Forever one of my favourite adventures, thank you Mark!
I am heading back to Brisbane again in March 2019, for local photographers, I am taking bookings now!
In it’s irony I have been so busy creating art, I haven’t had time to sit down and write about it for awhile.
Last month when in Melbourne, friend and photographer Rom Anthonis and I shot together multiple times. The set below was captured on my last morning in Melbourne. We were sitting eating our freshly bought breakfasts, flicking through photography books, with the good intentions of easing into the day.. Which were swiftly overthrown by getting inspired and chasing the morning light up a staircase.
A quick 10 minutes in some natural light and two creatives in the one spot, magic does exist. PO!SON – Amy Heather