A couple of years ago, Tara dropped by the office to see if I could take some photos of her tea cosies. Artistic tea cosies on people heads. From then on I have photographed a heap of her artworks, and I am always impressed with...

I mentioned  a little while ago that there is a prizes being given away randomly for people who comment on the Batblog. And today we have Robbie as the lucky winner of a pack of Photobat Art Cards valued at $27.50. I decided that today's lucky...

Anita is one of those people that I have kind of known for a while. I kind of met her through various people and heard rumours of jewellery creations. I head talk of tea pot rings and tea tiaras made of exquisite metals. I finally...

After a frantic couple of days in Hobart, Vee and I took the long way home, travelling some back roads to see what we could find. Our first discovery was actually suggested to us by friends in Hobart, Puddleduck Vineyard. It’s in the Coal Valley just...

I first met Sam and Maya at a market in Launceston and, like everyone who sees their things, was mesmerised by their paper folding abilities. The other thing that gets you is the paper. It's no ordinary paper. Pages of old books are carefully selelcted...

One of the best things about a wedding expo is meeting some of the other vendors, so when everyone rushes off to the fashion parade, we tend to wander about talk to each other. On wedding days it can be a little stressful to really...

One of the creative people I have met on the Van Wonderland exhibition trail is Omar Misa. When the Design Centre staff came into work one Monday, their desks were sporting little croquet creatures. Omar had been crocheting them while volunteering over the weekend. Since then...

For the first time in many years I have created a series of Limited Edition Fine Art Prints. These five images are some of my most popular from the last couple of years and are now avaliable to be purchased. They are in editions of...