Hello, just a note to explain my lack of activity on here recently.
I'm in the process of a very big website and portfolio overhaul, taking stock of my archive and refining my goals.
There's a lot of new work that I'm very eager to share but I'm holding off to the launch of my new site. Stay tuned.
Got some major home envy shooting the very cool Melbourne CBD apartment of Dan Honey and Paul Fuog for TDF recently.
Monocle listed Melbourne interior design firm Hecker Guthrie in their highly coveted 2013 Design Directory and I was sent to to shoot their very slick HQ to illustrate the story. I love this building, it's a little slice of Tokyo in the Richmond backstreets.
Some new work shot in Dubai for my recent exhibition as part of the Independent Photography Festival. Big big thanks to Joe Miranda for asking me to be involved. It was an honor and a thrill.
I combined this work with some existing photos shot in Queensland.
GOLD is a series of quiet observations of two noisy metropoles. Surfers Paradise and Dubai are at once displayed as booming, shiny, vast and tacky, framed by beige, sun-bleached suburbs.
Greatly removed from Fennessy's familiar world – and especially that of Tasmanian upbringing – this work documents the realities and contradictions of two unlikely oases that are loathed by most but a mecca to many.
I worked with Interbrand and a very serious data projector to shoot the cover of the MTC Season 14 brochure cover. Moody!
The incredible Harry Seidler designed Gissing House shot in Sydney for The Design Files.
Melbourne's best baker Daniel Chirico, shot in his Carlton bakery for Monocle magazine
It worked with the very awesome and famous Beci Orpin to create this peice for charity exhibition True Self.
A few shots from a visit to Norfolk Island late last year for Feast Magazine. It's a place with an interesting settlement and convict history, as well as a few recent twists and turns that add to the mystery of the place.
Thanks to Mark from the Melbourne Magazine for sending me to the outskirts of Melbourne to shoot this story about crime scene clean up company Bio Clean. Peter, the owner, was eager to share the story of the time he was called to Barwon Prison to clean up after the murder of famed gangland figure Carl Williams. It was gruesome to say the least.