A Great Ocean Road Escape

After a crazy few months of lockdown, we were more than ready to show off our new autumn/winter range and get back into the shooting mode.

With prep starting weeks before, we were locked and loaded for 3 beautiful days away, although much to our disappointment restriction were back and there we were at square one.

With some deliberation, setbacks and a few minor changes to the schedule, we jumped in the car and headed down the Great Ocean Road to Aireys Inlet.

We unpacked the car, enjoyed a team dinner of course accompanied by a few wines, and got prepared & packed for a full day of shooting.

Six locations, 28 shoes and 2 cameras all in a day’s work.


We started our first shoot down on the windy roads at Aireys, with the morning sun peering through and an array of epic backgrounds.

Heading back for a quick outfit change we made our way to Blazing Saddles which seriously produced the goods.

Not only were there endless shooting ops but they also had an insane stable featuring so much history and beautiful riding equipment. Truly a photographer’s dream.


Aireys Pub was next on the list and with it closed, we had the space all to ourselves. Moving further down south we ended up at Eagle Rock lookout and the beautiful Lighthouse Tea Room, appreciating the view and some pretty impressive architecture.


We did a quick rush home to swap shoes and grab a few beers just in time for golden hour down at a secluded fishing spot. The water was totally still, and the reflection was surreal. The jetty shots were the end to a short but successful autumn winter shoot.

Until next time!