Perugino … An Italian Masterpiece

A sudden barking rumble of latent power shatters the late afternoon quiet of leafy West Perth, a gunmetal grey Audi RS powers out across Outram Street and the man from Umbria is gone. At first, Giuseppe Pagliaricci’s choice of chariot seems … Continue reading

Raconteur Photography

Every Picture tells a story … A Touch of History: I first started shooting weddings back in the mid 1980s, in the days of pretentious, often tipsy celebrants, convinced of their over-riding central importance. However after several years, fate intervened … Continue reading

Code Sharing – When the Traveller Becomes a Mistress

Now we all know the battle for survival in the skies has been long and hard, some famous, seemingly invincible names have disappeared forever – Ansett and Pan American instantly spring to mind. I vividly recall flying out of Sydney … Continue reading

HOBBITON … Magic Afoot in Aotearoa

If there was one country you’d imagine had no need for man-made tourist attractions, it would be New Zealand, yet, in the language of revered Oxford scholar J.R.R. Tolkien, it has come to pass. Hobbiton has come to a bucolically … Continue reading