October 16, 2018
We ventured across to the West Coast of Australia on a little adventure to capture new content and new prints for your wall! Yep, you guessed it, lots of colour, lots of abstract aerial prints and most importantly a couple Whale Sharks.
It was an epic little 14-day adventure where we crammed a bunch of attractions into a very little time slot.
Starting off in Margaret River we captured the beautiful Gum Trees and visited the infamous surf spot "The Box", although the surf was wild and windy I didn't get a chance to head out there to capture new surf shots.
From here we went north up to Exmouth to swim with the Whale Sharks at Ningaloo Reef. Swimming with these beautiful creatures was a highlight from the trip and we were lucky enough to bring five new photographs to the Wildlife collection.
Shortly after this, we drove 7 hours south towards Monkey Mia and Shark Bay, a World Heritage listed location with an abundance of wildlife and some incredible Seagrass, the largest in the world with 12 different species growing.
A huge part of the collection involves the Abstract Aerial Art, a key focus was to capture the unique colours of the sands meeting the beautiful blue ocean. Shark Bay offers an incredible amount of colour and beauty in a very small space which is a photographers dream!
On the second day, I flew over towards Useless Loop to create some interesting abstract patterns of the salt ponds, a more muted toned print with neutral colours. I'm hoping these prints bring something different to my collection and offer a more styled aesthetic for those wanting earthy tones and colour palettes.
Stay tuned as I start to release some behind the scenes videos of the adventure and start showcasing some of my favourite wall art to date!
In the meantime here a couple prints that really pop.