Our working year ends tomorrow and with 13 assignments completed in 2014, including two ocean cruises, I’m looking forward to spending some time at home (where travel photographers tend to go for their holidays in case you’re curious).
It’s been a big year. Apart from the assignments – most of which have been overseas – we’ve mounted two photographic exhibitions (one in Australia, the other abroad) – and published a fine-art photography book on Papua New Guinea to draw attention to the vulnerability and value of traditional cultures. Two other books are in the making (13 published to date), we’ve begun producing Limited Edition prints for resort properties and we’ve entered a strategic relationship with an international photo library which will represent my work in the northern hemisphere.
And, with eight assignments already commissioned in 2015, I’m happy to say it’s looking like more of the same.
To all who have visited this Blog, thank you for the compliment of your attention. I’ve enjoyed showing my photographs and writing for you and I hope you’ve gained some insight into the often uncertain, largely challenging but hugely rewarding world of a travel photographer.
I look forward to sharing more of my images and stories with you in 2015.