A recent assignment for the New York Times took me to the very colourful and vibrant Sicilian city of Catania.
Sicily is one of my favourite regions of Italy to photograph purely because it is so rich visually and very theatrical.
I found the contrasts of the city quite striking – taking in the sights, smells and banter of the early morning Mercato del Pesce or Fish Market, through to the glitz and glam of the evening’s performance at the exquisite Teatro Massimo Vincenzo Bellini. Read More
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.
Getting well off the tourist beaten track for a great photo assignment in the beautiful city of Trieste on the border of Slovenia, for the New York Times.
Check out the story here and view more photos in my online Italy Archive here:
If you are dreaming of warm, sunny, summer days by the sea, take a virtual journey to Ponza in this article that I shot for Australian Gourmet Traveller last summer.
Just a short train and ferry ride from Rome, Ponza and the neighbouring Pontine islands are a must for anyone wanting to experience a true Mediterranean treasure. Read More