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Travel Photography

You might say it's a calling.


As an artist, Kay has long championed the colours of this world in her bright paintings.


Through her love of interior design, Kay has also spent hours upon hours, informally studying the properties of colour and their psychological  impact on human behaviour.


But when she swings a camera around her neck, Kay becomes a huntress, searching out unique, exquisite moments of chromatic joy.

The love of travel has taken Kay almost all the way around her home country of Australia plus also to parts of Europe and Asia.


The combination of all the above is weaved into a mindful and intentional celebration of colour, producing travel photography - with a twist.


All About Kay

Born and raised around Lara (southern region of Australia) amongst saltpans, snakes, boatsheds, and tussocks, Kay was taught at a young age to respect nature and admire the changing seasons.


During secondary school she took up photography and vowed that one day she'd be a professional photographer. Life had other ideas, however, and a career as a professional singer-songwriter ensued for most of her life.

In her late 20s, Kay became immersed in a deeper quest to find the meaning of life. This led her to become an energy healer and teach guided meditation along with the mysteries of the Universe ever since.

She has also exhibited her bright and bold paintings, owned and managed small businesses in between gigs, including an art gallery and wellbeing centre, and formally studied interior design, informally, colour psychology. 

Through the years, Kay has often revisited photography completing short courses in black-and-white analogue film & darkroom techniques; architecture, wedding and portrait photography; and refresher courses in DSLR techniques.


The flame for taking photographs burns brighter now than it ever has. Not only has she finally found her "voice", but also her "why". Kay fully comprehends humanity's craving for joy and therefore her responsibility for producing uplifting images.

In her own words:


"In a very focused way (pun intended) I've learnt so much about living in the moment, being in awe of the tiniest details, slowing down, and falling in love with the world over and over again through the lens of my camera.


Photography has sharpened my gratitude, keeps me mindful, and reminds me to help others by adding to the joy of this world, not subtract from it.


If people consider my images to be without meaning, then they don't understand the desire of mankind to be happy. Colour is healing so in that sense, my photography is also."

Published Media

Australian Photography Magazine published both in print and online, (Feb-March 2023 edition) my image called Blurred Lines for their Best Shot theme: Speed

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Frames Magazine published online the image below which represents my earliest foray into black and white photography at aged 15.

"Breakdown #1" Click here to read about the image of my mother, below, which I took when I was 15 for a school project.

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Frames Magazine App published: The Reading Corner


Life doesn't come packed neatly into squares. Or any shape for that matter. But the square format is a muse for the majority of Kay's work. Many years prior to her recent work she had the idea of creating collages - squares digitally sewn together - of her travels. Fast forward ten or more years and the square idea has taken hold as a creative foundation.

It's hip to be square. 

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Windmill toy, Ararat, VIC


Eatery, Brisbane, QLD

Up, Coolangatta, QLD


Retro sign, Yass, NSW

Summer feels, Cabarita Beach, NSW

Mid-century, Tweed Heads, NSW

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Smoko. Street life, Brisbane.

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