Bryceworld is my name… Photography is my game.



One of the BEST places in Australia for anyone to visit, Australians included. One thing that still sticks with me, is just how overwhelmingly BIG this rock is!!! Photo’s (the ones that you see) don’t do it the justice.. you really have to see it in person to believe.

My time is Uluru was short, I LOATHE having tight schedules you must adhere to! Although short, my time was blessed there, hugely, I only had one sunrise.. and to everyone’s surprise (I just felt like rhyming for some reason) we were met with a magical light show that produced a rainbow in full view of the biggest rock this earth has seen.. but that will come later.

You must submit your photo’s to the National parks board if you plan to use them commercially.. That means make money. This is why you only see the same typical shots of Uluru.. There are HUNDREDS of excellent compositions you could have, that wouldn’t impede on Aboriginal customs (there are signs telling you where you can and can’t shoot) and I can’t understand why… it would only bring in more money to the parkes, which seams to be their main concern. Is more people visiting Uluru a good or bad thing?

Myself I think it’s good, they have a good set up there that is in force to keep people within the boundries – they even have rangers that drive the loop around Uluru to make sure you don’t stop your car where your not supposed to! They are vicious too 😉 or maybe I just caught one on a bad day.

Anyway, I could rant on all day and I haven’t begun to scratch the surface yet. I need to put an image in 🙂

Bottom line, most people think the Aboriginals are the money hungry/power control freaks there, but from my experience of talking to a couple, and some vetern Uluru visitors (on their 7th trip!!!) It’s the National parkes that have the monopoly on that sacred ground.


Wingsuit Basejumping – The Need 4 Speed: The Art of Flight on Vimeo

Wingsuit Basejumping – The Need 4 Speed: The Art of Flight on Vimeo on Vimeo

The guy flying the Orange & black suit is an absolute ANIMAL!!!!

How can you not be inspired by the Bruce Lee quotes? That alone is genius, coupled with this how can you not be inspired!??!

I can’t wait to do some flights in a wingsuit… but that is at least 2 years away with my travel and bank balance 🙂


Here are a few pics I took on a quick trip to Belgium not that long ago… We were on our way to Germany and it’s the coldest weather I’ve been in, in a long long time!!!

I quite like shooting in the snow, it’s something I’ve never done before, although I’ll have to aclimatise as all these shots were taken from a moving car! 😀


YouTube – Kevin Spacey – Motivational speech.mp4

Something to focus your energy on…..


It’s been to long…

Since my last post.

3 months in California, America. I spent most of my time there getting my jump numbers up Skydiving for my BASE adventures in Norway, which I never thought I’d find, but that is a country I could live in for a few years. It’s an AMAZING place.. You can’t describe it. Although it helps if your a millionaire, it’s one of the most expensive countries I’ve ever been to.

Anyway, I’ve hardly had my camera in my hand at all so far. Maybe I’ll regret it, maybe I wont. One thing i know is my short term memory is off the hook so far so it’s probably best I haven’t tried shooting anything, chances are I would have left my camera behind somewhere… Like my video camera I left in New york city, or my jacket in Germany.. which I forgot to put on in -9º weather.

So this is a video I made of my time jumping at Skydive Elsinore, a really cool drop-zone.

I have some footage of my BASE jumping to edit but I’m tantalisingly close to the next summer there which is burning on my mind.. So I might wait till I get back with some more.. Not sure yet, I have a few things in mind.

Right now I’m starting to build back up my savings working in freezing, snowing, icy, no sunlight, crappy ‘clouds’, overcrowded tube + nicely timed strikes, full of whinging poms… Hang on, I’m whinging. It seriously could be the weather.

Till next time…


Click here to watch the Video and TURN IT UP 🙂

Your piece of Bryceworld…

I’ve just finished a whirlwind tour of Australia, and all things going to plan will be traveling around the globe for a year very very shortly.

So I thought for the first time ever it’s about time to open up some work for the public to buy, after all, I’ve got 14k worth of gear, and spent alot of money (and much more time) on getting to the standard that I’m at today (and strive to beat tomorrow)

Below are numerous images for you to choose from, some old, some just released.

How it will work;

All images will be considered ‘limited edition’ This means that only a limited number of images will be printed, thus images that sell at the latter end of an edition will fetch a higher price than earlier pieces sold.

Doing things a little differently, high end international photographers sell editions of 300 – some up to 900! While smaller successful photographers offer editions of 50-100 and fine art photographers only deal with 10 and under. My editions will be limited to the age I am when I took the shot. Hopefully as time goes on and the ‘Bryceworld’ name grows bigger, more and more better photo’s will be available, whilst edition numbers slowly climbing (rather than decreasing which seams to be a popular trend in the art world)

All limited editions will be printed on the highest quality photographic paper available, and framed to the highest of standards. Such endeavors will ensure your piece of Bryceworld will grace your walls for a lifetime and look as good as it did the first day you received it (Materials have been put under strenuous heat tests to ensure maximum longevity). I’m only interested in offering this high standard of quality, I’m bringing into your homes/offices my interpretation, and representation of some of God’s handiwork… and I’m not going to offer it out on anything shabby or cheap and nasty.

When I return in about a year (EDIT: I think it’s going to be a bit longer now) I’m going to break these up into  Gold, silver and open editions. They will be priced accordingly and hand numbered and signed in matching colour, open editions will have a standard border and text, no signature.

BUT for now all these images below are up for grabs at a ridiculous price!!! Because of the high quality materials used these may seem quite expensive, but the markup isn’t much at all considering. And if you do some research on other landscape photographers, you’ll find these prices to be a bit more inviting.

30″ – $490

40″ – $780

50″ – $990

60″ – $1300

75″ – $1890

NOTE: The size is in reference to the paper, the matting and frame will add to this.

You can click on an image to see it larger, and bare in mind theres still some editing to do, i’ve given up on trying to get each image ‘perfect’ in time. I’ll just do it when you buy it 🙂

I hope you enjoy looking at my work as much as I did chasing it down and shooting it 😉 .


If you would like to buy one of these fine prints to hang on your wall leave a comment with your email or you can contact me directly –