About Italian Books
Without doubt one of the most interesting photo assignments I’ve shot while in Italy – the hidden treasures to discover in Italy’s exsquisite libraries.
The highlight no doubt for me was photographing Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy, original edition published in 1472 at the beautiful Biblioteca Angelica in Rome.
You can read the full article in the New York Times here and view more photos in my Italy Image Archive.
This time last year I embarked on a massive assignment for Lonely Planet, photographing chefs and cooks from all regions of Italy and their favourite local dishes.
The results of which have now been published in the recently released cookbook series – ‘From the Source – Authentic recipes from the people who know them the best’. Continue reading.
When I think of beautiful black and white images of cityscapes and urban street scenes, Paris is the city that immediately comes to mind. The eloquent lines, textures and architectural forms, beautifully enhanced in monochromatic tones.
Rome on the other hand, for me, is a bold statement and expression of colours; indicative of the city’s vibrant personality and rich character-filled city streets and districts. Continue reading.
It is with great pleasure that I announce the release of my new book, ‘Rome Secrets: Cuisine, Culture, Vistas, Piazzas’.
Ten years ago, I packed my suitcase and bags of photographic equipment and bought a one-way ticket to Rome, Italy.
I am often asked why I left the golden, sunny shores of Australia to move to Italy, to a completely different culture and way of life and to a country so steeped in tradition. Mostly, people assume it was for love – for a charming Italian man.
The truth is – it was for love! Love for a city, a country and a culture, that have captivated and intrigued my imagination. Continue reading.