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

Issue #54: HOME

From The EditorThere's no place like home.

Redefining our Animal Nature

CultureFreya Latona suggests it's time to redefine our animal nature as a means of re-connecting with the natural world.

Plant / Life: William Dangar’s Bondi Garden

Gardens, PeopleVisit Sydney landscape landscape designer William Dangar's lush Bondi garden with us!

Robin McLay: The Gentle Gardener

GardensRobin McLay, owner of Brookfield Garden Centre, is a woman of the earth.

How-To Grow Air Plants (Tillandsia spp.)

How-ToA guide to growing air plants with expert Bruce Dunstan.

Musing on Nature’s Mysteries as a Pathway to Mindfulness

CultureA celebration of the relationship between mysterious nature and the cultivation of the human spirit.

Issue #50: IDENTITY

From The EditorCan a begonia change it's spots?

Waterfall Cottage: An Enchanted Garden

GardensWe visit an enchanting Sydney garden, complete with it's own waterfall!

The Dirt: Janet Laurence

Gardens, PeopleA chat about plants, politics and hope with highly acclaimed Australian artist Janet Laurence.

Wild: the Healing Relationship Between Nature and Grief

CultureWriter Freya Latona explores the healing power of nature in the face of human suffering and grief.

Issue #49: WILD

From The EditorWe're going wild! Join us.

Max Out Your Plant Life Balance

BotanicaPlants make you happier and healthier. It's in the science.

Nature as Metaphor

CultureAn exploration of nature's gentle spiritual teachings on the human capacity for renewal by Freya Latona.

How-To: Propagating Native Plants with Nancy Shaw

How-ToIf you’re looking for magic in your life, look no further than vegetative propagation.

Clare James is the Thriftiest Gardener

GardensYou can't always buy what you want, according to Clare.

Thrift is my Middle Name

CultureGeorgina Reid's life of thrift.

Issue #47: THRIFT

From The EditorGet thrifty with us!