A shot taken last week in the middle of printing the exhibition portraits. They are all printed on the Epson 2880 on Hahnemuhle cotton rag paper. The prints look fantastic all framed and hung. There will be another post with a better shot of all...

Helen lives just past the TinPot Café in Melbourne, I did managed to get lost finding her place, but I always get lost in that little cluster of streets. Once I found Helen’s place I got to have a close look at her bird creations....

I ventured over to Melbourne to photograph Ghostpatrol. It’s not the first time, but it was the first time I had visited Mitten Fortress Studio studio. Another eclectic collection of bits and pieces everywhere, it is a fantastic space to get inspired. We even climbed...

I seem to be going through Huonville a bit more than usual the last year or so. Wedding, just out driving and now looking for Megan Perkins’s studio. It’s situated at her parent’s phenomenal place, I know I’ve written it before in blog posts, but...

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...