Beautiful canvas prints to brighten a room.

I love the bush. Photographing and filming our extraordinary landscape fulfils many passions but most strongly of all is the places and the people, who without photography as a vehicle I wouldn’t have the privilege of seeing or meeting.

Showglow Pix is about inspiring others to get out and discover our rural places and if an image moves someone enough to purchase then that’s a bonus.

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Read about Victoria’s remote wilderness.

Sheoak Falls & Cumberland Valley

Following the hiking trail off The Great Ocean Rd, past Sheoak Falls, Swallow's Cave, Sheoak Picnic Area, up and over the ridge, dropping into the high-walls of Cumberland Valley.

Cambarville Historical Area

One of Victoria's most accessible areas for viewing large stands of Mountain Ash. Located East of Marysville in the central highlands of the Great Dividing Range, the Cumberland Circuit walk provides a fascinating insight to [...]

Wirrawilla Rainforest Walk

Wirrawilla rainforest walk and Myrtle Gully Circuit track are found within a 20-minute drive of Toolangi. A great visit for hot days where the temperature in the valley here can oftentimes be up to 15-degrees [...]

Ingliston Gorge & Falcons Lookout

Ingliston Gorge is the lesser known, of the gorge walks in Werribee State Park. Doubled up with Falcons Lookout these hikes make a pleasant half days worth of hiking.

Mount Eccles National Park Hike

Found in the heart of South-Western Victoria's volcanic region stretching from Portland to the Grampians, Mount Eccles is located within 10-minutes drive of Macarthur. The volcanic mar of Mount Eccles has become flooded in by [...]

Switzerland PtIII: Sun Worship

Ebenalp. Owning a house like this would make you appreciate your shopping list. They say Australian’s love the sun, hard to refute when we consistently rank in the top three highest rates of skin-cancer [...]

Switzerland, Part II: Fly the Flag

Capital of Switzerland, Bern. Tram ripping past another avenue of Swiss flags. “Damn this fly is rusted on good” I thought as I stood at the urinal giving it the best pressure wash [...]

Switzerland Pt I: The Colour of Money

The greatest trick the Swiss franc ever pulled was convincing you he was still in your wallet. The first thing I noticed about Switzerland was the cash. Fantastically vibrant and…quick to disappear. No [...]

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