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Posted by Pav Matt on February 19, 2017 in news

This section of the site is an archive of blog posts from October 2011 to November 2015.

If you’re interested in what I’ve been working on since then check out my portfolio.

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The Meters of Waddamana Power Station

In last week’s blog post I gave you a glimpse of the Waddamana Power Station Museum. This week we take a closer look at some of the fabulous meters in their collection.

Waddamana Power Station

Waddamana Power Station

In the geographical centre of Tasmania, up in the highlands, there’s a turn off from the Highland Lakes Road that takes you 30km down a winding dirt road to an unexpected piece of industrial design history – the Waddamana Hydro-Electric Power Station. Or more precisely these days, the Waddamana Power Station Museum.

Highland Adventures

Highland Adventures

Today’s post features a tiny, tiny glimpse at the central highlands of Tasmania. As always we took the quiet back roads as much as possible and it paid off. It’s a beautiful region, and as is so often the case in Tasmania, you almost have the roads and the views all to yourself…

A weekend in Sydney

A weekend in Sydney

Recently we made a brief foray to the mainland for the weekend. Each year we try to travel to Sydney see the Archibald Prize exhibition, and this year was no exception. As well as seeing some amazing art, we got the chance to play in a big city again for a few days.

A garden in winter

A garden in winter

This is our first “proper” winter in a long time. It’s tempting to hide out inside, huddled beside the heater, but we’ve been brave and dragged ourselves out to explore. Recently we ventured to the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, one of my favourite places in Hobart, even during the chill of winter.

Inspired by an old dictionary

Inspired by an old dictionary

Posted by Pav Matt on July 26, 2015 in Projects

In November 2014 my lovely husband gave me an India Paper Edition of Webster’s New International Dictionary of the English Language published in 1919. It spurned the Dictionary Project, a series of images inspired by the words and definitions contained in the impossibly thin pages of this beautiful old book. The latest entry is inspired […]

Dark Times in Hobart

Dark Times in Hobart

This week I take you to the world of Dark Mofo.

Exploring the far south

Exploring the far south

This adventure took us to Tasmania’s Far South, through the Southern Forests to the D’Entrecasteaux River and Recherche Bay.

A Peninsula Experience

A Peninsula Experience

Tasmania has no shortage of amazing places to stay. However, there are are a handful that are truly spectacular. The Peninsula Experience in Dover is one of those.

D’Entrecasteaux Channel Adventures

D’Entrecasteaux Channel Adventures

As I’ve mentioned before, the D’Entrecasteaux Channel region is one of my favourite parts of Tasmania. Here are a few highlights of a weekend adventure from Hobart down to Conningham.  

Of bicycles and things

Of bicycles and things

It’s been far too long since I’ve been on a bike, but living in Tasmania is the perfect time to get back in the saddle.

Bream Creek Adventures

Bream Creek Adventures

Last weekend found us at the Bream Creek Show, an iconic event in the Tasmanian calendar.

Exploring Mount Wellington

Exploring Mount Wellington

This weekend’s adventure took us up on to my favourite feature of the Hobart skyline, Mount Wellington. The mountain is covered in hiking trails, and we did a loop which included three trails and covered about 8km.

Foodie adventures at the Taste of the Huon

Foodie adventures at the Taste of the Huon

This weekend’s adventure took us to the Taste of the Huon festival. The festival is focused on food, wine, entertainment, arts and crafts from the Huon Valley, D’entrecasteaux Channel and Bruny Island regions of Tasmania (which all lie just south of Hobart).

A weekend at Woolmers

A weekend at Woolmers

Recently we spent a weekend at the historic Woolmers Estate in Longford, staying in one of the converted workers’ cottages.

Adventures with Penny Farthings

Adventures with Penny Farthings

This weekend’s adventures found us in the beautiful village of Evandale at the National Penny Farthing Championships.

Oatlands adventures

Oatlands adventures

Last weekend started with a lovely, rainy, Tasmanian summer’s day – perfect weather for exploring. So we pulled out our map, picked a destination, worked out our route, and set off off adventuring.

Messing about with boats

Messing about with boats

This weekend was a lovely long weekend with perfect weather, just what you want as a visitor to the Australian Wooden Boat Festival.

Exploring the Waterworks Reserve

Exploring the Waterworks Reserve

This weekend’s adventure took us to South Hobart’s Waterworks Reserve. The Reserve is at the base of Mount Wellington and features the two main reservoirs of the Hobart Mountain Water Supply System set in beautiful bushland surrounds.

Exploring Cape Raoul

Exploring Cape Raoul

This weekend’s adventure took us to Cape Raoul in the Tasman National Park. There we set off on a 14km return hike, which is considered one of the most spectacular clifftop walks in Australia.

Pumphouse Point Adventures No. 2

Pumphouse Point Adventures No. 2

Luckily the wild weather wasn’t constant during our stay at the newly opened Pumphouse Point, and we had the chance to explore a little bit of Lake St Clair.

Pumphouse Point Adventures No. 1

Pumphouse Point Adventures No. 1

Our resolution to explore continued in style this weekend with a stay at the newly opened Pumphouse Point in Lake St Clair.

Welcome to Tasmania

Welcome to Tasmania

This is a return to Tasmania for us, so this year will be a year of discovery and rediscovery, which will tie in nicely with my resolutions for 2015 – to create and to explore.

So let’s kick the exploration off with a trip to the Pinnacle of Mt Wellington.

Quick Picks – featuring photography of architecture, portraits, wildlife and landscapes

This week I’ve been drawn to artists in my own field, so this week’s quick pick of internet finds is all about photography. As usual, good things come in threes…

Quick Picks – featuring fabric moths, a garden in a ruler, and wire fairies

This week’s quick pick of internet finds is all about sculpture. As usual, good things come in threes…

And

Posted by Pav Matt on July 14, 2014 in Projects

To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment. ~ Mark Twain

Quick Picks – featuring thunderstorms captured in lights and photographs, and an oceanic abyss in a table

This week’s quick pick of internet finds focuses on the wonders of nature turned into art. As usual, good things come in threes…

Quick Picks – featuring old dictionaries, lost photographs and images of fireflies

This week’s quick pick of internet finds features things that not only drew my attention, but also captured my imagination. As usual, good things come in threes…

Seashells and thoughts

Seashells and thoughts

Posted by Pav Matt on June 30, 2014 in Projects

The longer the time that has elapsed, the more things fall into proportion. One sees them in their true relationship to one another. ~ Agatha Christie

Quick Picks – featuring glass waves, transformative sculpture, and tiny crossbows

This week’s quick pick of internet finds is all about looking at things in a different way. As usual, good things come in threes…

Quick Picks – featuring British accents, long exposures, and voyeuristic portraiture

Winter has hit Brisbane full force this week with bitingly cold winds complemented by some lovely drizzly rain. So it’s been perfect weather to snuggle on the sofa and lose myself on the web. There’s no link between this week’s quick pick of internet finds, other than that they all captured my imagination. As usual, […]

City Fragments – Melbourne

City Fragments – Melbourne

A few weeks ago we packed our bags and left sunny Brisbane for a long weekend in Melbourne. The sale airfares we had meant our baggage allowance was limited to hand luggage, which forced us to be selective about the camera kit we took. While I’ve moved away from the old days of wanting to carry […]

Quick Picks – featuring shadow theatre, bodypainting and translation through illustration

This week’s quick pick of internet finds are all about transformation. As usual, good things come in threes…

Quick Picks – Melbourne delights in this first week of winter

I’m trying something new with Quick Picks today, with the first of what will hopefully be a regular series of posts by guest contributors. The author of today’s post is Tess, a friend, co-conspirator, and resident of Melbourne, Australia. According to Tourism Victoria, Melbourne is a city of endless possibilities, so what better location from […]

Quick Picks – Featuring a sea of clouds, living sculptures, and notes in Berlin

I’ve been thinking about travel a bit lately, so this week’s quick pick of internet finds highlights just some of the places on my wanderlust wish list. As usual, good things come in threes…

Barek Art Timelapse

One of the really exciting things about the move away from full-time professional photography has been the way it’s prompted me to plan and create things without thinking about how I might be able to use them to encourage bookings. Now I’m doing work purely because I want to, which is liberating. It’s also encouraging […]

Quick Picks – featuring papier mache pandas, drinkable books and dandelion lamps.

Look, Quick Picks is back! It’s now shorter, and possibly a little sweeter, but still full of my latest internet finds. And as always, good things come in threes…

A Lost World

A Lost World

One Sunday morning earlier this year we decided that a road trip was in order. So we pulled out our map and started planning. As soon as I saw the words “Lost World” I knew it was where we would end up. It’s a valley situated behind the Lamington National Park in the Gold Coast […]

Well, well, what have we here then?

Well, well, what have we here then?

Posted by Pav Matt on May 18, 2014 in news

A few months have passed since I posted about our intention to step back from the world of wedding photography, and wind down that side of our business. Those few months have been a time of transition. I’ve produced and delivered the last of our clients’ albums. I’ve spent time overseas. I’ve continued to separate out […]

So long, and thanks for all the fish.

So long, and thanks for all the fish.

Posted by Pav Matt on January 20, 2014 in news

They say that all good things must come to an end, and so it is with our venture into the wedding photography business. We’ve had a blast but have decided it’s time to move on to other things. If you liked following along on our adventures you might want to check out some of the […]

Quick Picks Week 3, 2014 – featuring online wedding stationery, ceramic dinosaurs and tailored gift hampers.

It’s that lovely time of year where I find myself wanting to spend every spare moment at the beach. So as I plot and plan ways to do just that, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Quick Picks Week 2, 2014 – featuring advice for the newly engaged, typewritten art, and a 365 day clock.

Welcome to 2014! To get things started right, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

The New Range of High End Compact Cameras

The New Range of High End Compact Cameras

I’m often surprised by how many people I see taking holiday pictures on large, expensive SLRs. When you look at it these cameras are pretty bulky to carry around, and they’re not cheap to buy in the first place, so why do so many people choose them over the alternatives?

Quick Picks 51, 2013 – featuring custom wedding cookies, paper trees, and Christmas crafts.

Christmas is just a few days away now. So as we finish putting up the last of our decorations, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Merry Christmas Everyone

Merry Christmas Everyone

Today’s picture post has a festive theme! Throughout the latter half of December Brisbane’s City Hall is hosting a spectacular projected light show based on The Nutracker. It’s really worth seeing with your own eyes, but for now I’ll leave you with this highlight! We’ll be taking a break over Christmas, so I’ll return on […]

Quick Picks Week 50, 2013 – Featuring pretty bridal accessories, a time-lapse of London, & a Pinterest advent calendar.

There are just 11 days until Christmas, which means we have one week left to wrap up the work we plan to deliver this year. So without further ado, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Tech Hunter – What Ever Happened to the 50mm Camera?

Tech Hunter – What Ever Happened to the 50mm Camera?

Hello all, Today I’m going to start a new series of posts called Tech Hunter. This basically stems from me being the sort of person who spends a lot of time poring over camera equipment blogs to find the latest products. So to save you the trouble of developing your own OCD I thought I’d […]

Quick Picks Week 49, 2013 – Featuring bridal bouquet trends, creative pedestrian crossings and the anatomy of Christmas cards.

With just over two weeks until Christmas, it’s definitely time to start sending out cards and getting our Christmas shopping done. So as we try to calculate just how long it will take for some international shipping, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Brisbane’s most stoic residents

Brisbane’s most stoic residents

Posted by Pav Matt on December 3, 2013 in Places

Although Brisbane supports many bright, colourful characters, if you look closely there’s always room for quiet ones watching the world pass by without drawing attention to themselves. It’s easy to miss these two, who live near the Maritime Museum come rain or shine, I like to think that the weather doesn’t get them down, despite […]

Quick Picks Week 48 2013 – featuring tips for rainy wedding days, photographs of perfect bodies and a film festival.

This weekend sees the official end of spring here in the southern hemisphere, which means it’s time to think seriously about spending much more time at the beach. So as we work out how we can pack more sun, surf and sand into our schedule, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, […]

Quick Picks Week 47, 2013 – featuring links about our wedding, my favourite art galleries, and birthday presents to make me smile.

I’ll let you in on a little secret – it’s my birthday today! I’m happily old enough to have learnt to type on a typewriter rather than a computer, and to have been around when Polaroid cameras were new rather than retro. While Quick Picks always provides insights into my personality and my taste, I […]

Live in the sunshine

Live in the sunshine

We live in a world filled with possibilities and opportunities. All we need to do is make the most of what’s available to us. Live in the sunshine, Swim the sea, Drink the wild air’s salubrity ― Ralph Waldo Emerson ~ Pav

Quick Picks Week 46, 2013 – featuring wedding guest books, a trip to London in the 1600’s and a book of letters of note.

As the end of the year edges closer and closer, I find myself starting to think about the deadlines that will need to be pushed over into the new year. It’s funny how an arbitrary date can inspire a sense of endings and beginnings. So as I review my substantial to do list, here’s this […]

Quick Picks Week 45, 2013 – featuring stunning wedding gowns, wire sculptures, and a guide to popular flowers.

Can you believe it’s November already? The frangipanis are in flower, the days are getting longer, and Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall is already full of Christmas decorations. So as we start counting the days until Christmas, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Go to nature to be soothed and healed

Go to nature to be soothed and healed

Posted by Pav Matt on November 5, 2013 in People

It’s easy to get caught up in the rat race. That relentless feeling that we need to do more and achieve more. But sometimes what we really need is to step away from all the technology and remind ourselves of the beauty of the world around us. To stop. To really look. And to breathe. […]

Quick Picks Week 44, 2013 – featuring bespoke hand lettering, sculptures made from old skateboards and coffee via Twitter.

We’ve had some major hiccups with our internet access over the last week, but luckily the internet pixies (as I like to think of our ISP’s technicians) have fixed it just in time for this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Quick Picks Week 43, 2013 – Featuring industrial wedding venues, crushed glass butterflies and garage sales.

It’s been one of those surreal weeks where I’ve found myself staring at pictures of autumn and winter inspiration from the northern hemisphere while sweltering in the Queensland heat. So as I try to reconcile my desire for roaring fires and cosy jumpers with the reality of 32 degree days, here’s this week’s quick pick […]

The colours of optimism and magic

The colours of optimism and magic

Posted by Pav Matt on October 22, 2013 in People

Colour in art is a fascinating thing, especially when you start to delve into the world of colour psychology and look at the effect that particular colours can have on emotions and behaviour. Yellow is linked to emotion. It’s a colour of happiness and optimism, and of emotional strength and self-esteem. It can lift our […]

Quick Picks Week 42, 2013 – featuring alternatives to wedding cake, girls dressed in milk, and a scent camera.

After a very busy week we’re planning a quick escape to the beach. So as we get ready for some surf and some sun, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds to help you wind down to the weekend. As usual, good things come in threes…

Quick Picks Week 41, 2013 – featuring spring wedding accessories, Lego for grown-ups, and open house tours.

Where did the week go? As I stare at my calendar in confusion, why don’t you dive into this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

A quiet beach and a little girl, lost.

A quiet beach and a little girl, lost.

Posted by Pav Matt on October 8, 2013 in People

It’s no secret that I love to capture what I think of as stolen moments. Those fleeting seconds when everyone assumes no photos are being taken. When they forget about the camera, the lights, and whatever else is going on around them and get lost in their own thoughts. Often these shots are intended as […]

Quick Picks Week 40, 2013 – featuring handmade wedding favours, secret paintings, and travel tips.

I keep forgetting that this weekend is a long weekend and trying to book things for Monday. So as I get my head around the concept, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds to help you wind down in preparation for three days away from work. Rather aptly this week, as usual, good things […]

Quick Picks 39, 2013 – featuring tutus for flower girls, zoetropes, and Riverfire!

Welcome to Friday lovely people! Here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds for you to enjoy as we cruise towards the weekend. As usual, good things come in threes…

A girl and a book with some great expectations

A girl and a book with some great expectations

We met Emma on a photo shoot we were doing for a make up artist a couple of months ago, and knew straight away that we wanted to work with her again. If memory serves, I loved the way she looked on camera so much that I might even have threatened to take her home […]

Quick Picks 38, 2013 – featuring wedding day emergency kits, super trees and taxidermy.

This week has involved settling back into life in Brisbane after quite a hectic week away. So as we head towards what will hopefully be a relaxing weekend, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Quick Picks 37, 2013 – featuring beautiful wedding gowns, inverted landscapes and personality-filled frogs.

We’ve spent this week enjoying the sights of Singapore and a beautiful beach resort in Thailand. But we didn’t forget about you! So as we dust off the sand and unpack our suitcases, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds for you to enjoy. As usual, good things come in threes…

Springing into Queensland Brides with a bit of creative licence

Springing into Queensland Brides with a bit of creative licence

We’re really pleased to have three pictures featured in the current issue of Queensland Brides. In their words “With their impeccable timing and keen eye for detail, our wedding photographers have a knack of capturing unforgettable moments. We love what happens when they get really creative, letting their imagination run free and turning moments into […]

Quick Picks – Week 36, 2013 – Featuring gold wedding jewellery, drawings of classic architecture, & choose your own adventure stories.

What is is about the arrival of spring that makes you desperately want to tidy your home and reduce the amount of clutter? Happily, I’ve resisted the urge long enough to pull together this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Bush Bride Inspiration

Bush Bride Inspiration

Posted by Pav Matt on August 30, 2013 in news, People

We’ve spoken before about how much we enjoy doing wedding inspiration shoots, and we’re really excited that our Bush Bride inspiration shoot is featured over on Polka Dot Bride today. I’ve seen a lot of beautiful floral crowns this year, mostly featuring traditional European flowers, and I couldn’t help thinking that an Australian native floral […]

Quick Picks – Week 35, 2013 – featuring tips for tight wedding budgets, suspended ships & chocolate shops.

Here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Cleopatra

Cleopatra

Posted by Pav Matt on August 27, 2013 in People

It’s not every day that you find Cleopatra wandering regally through the Brisbane night. As you know, a few weeks ago we went to Lost Movements to take photos of the Glory Box fashion parades. As an unexpected bonus, we also got to capture some of the gorgeous work of the night’s resident body painters, […]

Quick Picks – Week 34, 2013

As the temperatures in Brisbane drop once again, why not snuggle up with a nice cup of tea and enjoy this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Quick Picks – Week 33, 2013

Internet access at our place has been a little sporadic for the last few days, but we’ve battled through to bring you this week’s pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

The girls from Glory Box

The girls from Glory Box

Posted by Pav Matt on August 13, 2013 in People

I mentioned in a Quick Picks post a few weeks ago that we were going to be attending Lost Movements to take photos of the Glory Box fashion parades. It was a fabulous night and the girls all looked stunning. As well as snapping shots of them during the parade, Geoff took advantage of the great […]

Quick Picks – Week 32, 2013

As is always the case, the second week in August has bought cold winter winds to Brisbane. While we try to stay warm, here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds to keep you entertained. As usual, good things come in threes…

A moment of solitude

A moment of solitude

Posted by Pav Matt on August 6, 2013 in People

For this picture I really wanted to capture a quiet moment with the subject lost in her thoughts. In this case the beautiful Katie glows in her pregnancy. ~ Geoff

Quick Picks – Week 31, 2013

Hi! It’s Friday, which means it’s time for this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Puppy Dog Tales

Puppy Dog Tales

Posted by Pav Matt on July 30, 2013 in People

Sometimes when we do a photo shoot we get bonus subjects. This photo was taken during a maternity shoot (the book of baby names kind of gives it away). The lovely puppy wasn’t scheduled to have a photo taken on her own, but she was posing so beautifully that Geoff obviously couldn’t resist. ~ Pav

Quick Picks – Week 30, 2013

Well hello there! How are you on this fine Friday? Are you ready for this week’s quick pick of internet finds? As usual, good things come in threes…

A Blue Pole

A Blue Pole

Posted by Pav Matt on July 23, 2013 in Places

It’s no secret that we love taking pictures of people, but we also like to play around and experiment in other areas of photography. So I thought this week I’d give you a peek at one of Geoff’s recent landscape photos. I love seeing the results of his photography expeditions, and I love this one […]

Quick Picks – Week 29, 2013

I’ve had one of those slightly out of sync weeks where I haven’t really been sure of what day it is. So I’m both excited, and slightly surprised, that it’s Friday today! And as it is Friday, it’s time for this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Stolen Moments

Stolen Moments

Posted by Pav Matt on July 16, 2013 in People

A little bit of vintage glam for you on this cold Brisbane winter’s day. ~ Pav Makeup by Poya Link Makeup Artistry. Hair by Di Vine Hair.

Quick Picks – Week 28, 2013

I’ve been fighting off a cold this week which has involved lots of cups of tea and warm blankets, and a little bit of feeling sorry for myself. Luckily the internet has kept me entertained and smiling. Here’s the pick of my finds from this week. As usual, good things come in threes…

Who to choose now Google Reader is gone?

Who to choose now Google Reader is gone?

Posted by Pav Matt on July 10, 2013 in news

As many of you who follow your favourite blogs via RSS will already know, Google Reader closed its doors on 1 July 2013. The most popular choices to replace Reader seem to be Feedly and Bloglovin’. We’ve heard good things about both, but were ultimately drawn in by Feedly. But we’re all about equal opportunity, […]

Ukuleles are cool

Ukuleles are cool

Posted by Pav Matt on July 9, 2013 in People

More from our recent buskers series. This time a sun-kissed image of a ukulele player outside the Conservatorium in Southbank. ~Geoff

Quick Picks – Week 27, 2013

Hello you fabulous things, welcome to Friday! It’s almost the weekend, so here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds to help you start winding down. As usual, good things come in threes…

Queen Street Mall Blues

Queen Street Mall Blues

Posted by Pav Matt on July 2, 2013 in People

Have you ever seen a bright picture of someone playing a saxophone? Neither have I, there’s just something about it that needs to be played in a poorly lit dark room. That was the feel I was going for with this picture, even though it was actually taken in broad daylight in the Queen St […]

Quick Picks – Week 26, 2013

Here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Brisbane busking

Brisbane busking

Posted by Pav Matt on June 25, 2013 in People

The Queen St Mall can be a surprisingly good place to find talented musicians. This week we were lucky enough to meet Dylan Harris and capture this image! ~ Geoff

Quick Picks – Week 25, 2013

This is a quick picks post, so it must be Friday! As usual, good things come in threes…

Shooting Star

Shooting Star

Posted by Pav Matt on June 18, 2013 in People

Being a portrait photographer is a great job on most days, but when it allows us to photograph a beautiful yoga class raising funds to support children in Nepal it’s even better. The class was the vision of the beautiful Jasmine Yogini as a way to fundraise for her friend Mahesh and the 12 children […]

Quick Picks – Week 24, 2013

It’s Friday, and time for another set of links intended to delight, inspire and amuse. As usual, good things come in threes…

Hanging in the Balance

Hanging in the Balance

Posted by Pav Matt on June 11, 2013 in People

Whoever said that Sunday afternoons in the park needed to be slow and relaxing? Not these guys I think. This is slacklining, like tightrope walking but with less circus spandex and more backflips. Yes that’s right backflips! Awesome to watch and more evidence that there are fascinating people to meet all over the place! ~ […]

Quick Picks – Week 23, 2013

Here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Dreaming of Spring

Dreaming of Spring

Posted by Pav Matt on June 4, 2013 in People

A little reminder of spring on this cold winter morning. Makeup by Poya Link Makeup Artistry, Hair by Di Vine Hair. ~ Pav

Quick Picks – Week 22, 2013

Here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Snow White wedding inspiration

Snow White wedding inspiration

Posted by Pav Matt on May 28, 2013 in People

Last week you saw one of our recent models, Emma, channelling an eighties music video. This week she’s a little more fairytale. You know that I love playing with props in photos, so when Geoff spotted this lovely red ceramic apple in the house where this shoot was done, we couldn’t resist having a little […]

Quick Picks – Week 21, 2013

Here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…

Sweet Dreams Are Made Of These

Sweet Dreams Are Made Of These

Posted by Pav Matt on May 21, 2013 in People

Sometimes even the photographer can be surprised by how an image turns out! This photo was taken as we were setting up the lighting for a bridal makeup shoot. The idea was a nice bright background and soft light on the model’s face. Turns out the light was a bit bright and a bit close, but […]