Daniel Shipp

Daniel Shipp is a Sydney based photographer. He crafts the maths and design of photography into emotive elements, telling stories about the worlds within this world. His thirst for studying how light transforms objects and people will continue for as long as he can hold a camera. WEBSITE / INSTAGRAM / FACEBOOK

Falling into the Future: Nostalgia, Grief and Granny’s Begonia

GardensAn exploration of grief and nostalgia, framed by the story of a pot plant.

Losing the Plot: the role of plants in preserving healthy minds

CultureWhat role can plants play in stimulating brain function? Caitlin McAtomney finds out...

Plant / Life: Andrea Fitzpatrick of Botanick Brisbane

Gardens, PeopleAndrea has transformed an industrial wasteland into a plant paradise.

ISSUE 59: Nostalgia

From The EditorGet sentimental with us!

The Dirt: David Fripp and Blake Jolley

Gardens, PeopleCheck out THE BEST plant collection we've ever stumbled across!

A Small, Wild and Well Loved Suburban Garden

GardensVisit the Brisbane garden of ikebana enthusiast and botanist Carolyn Sandercoe.

River Garden Diaries: Composting jellyfish and other meanderings

GardensGrowing vegetables, composting, the garden as temple. Another rambling essay by Georgina Reid.

Sharon Pie’s Garden Compound

GardensWe drop by the Pie family compound in Brisbane (and fall in love with Sharon).

Phoebe Stephens’ Wild Brisbane Garden

GardensGet lost in Phoebe's wild garden with us!

Ecosexuality: Earth as Lover, not Mother

CultureBe an ecosexual. Love the earth.

The Lusty Origin Story of Perfume

CultureStick your nose into ancient stories of scent.

A Tropical Brisbane Garden Wonderland

GardensA visit to Sebastian Di Mauro's glorious tropical garden in Brisbane.

The Dirt: Barry Kable

Gardens, PeopleMeet Australia's most enthusiastic truck driver turned plant collector!

Plant/Life: Sean Cook

Gardens, PeopleThe lush inner city garden of leading Sydney florist, Sean Cook of Mr Cook.