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

Plant / Life: Clare James

Gardens, PeopleVisit artist Clare James' wild and productive Healesville garden with us!

The Nature of Revolution

CultureClimate change, humans and a big fat green revolution. It's time.

Issue #46: REVOLUTION

From The EditorJoin our gentle green army!

From Soil to Plate: District Exhibits at Sydney Royal Easter Show

HarvestWe head behind the scenes to get the low down on one of the biggest/maddest events at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.

Gaylene’s Maximalist Indoor Garden

GardensWe visit a plant packed Melbourne apartment!

Lucy Culliton is an Artist and Dahlia Fancier

GardensA visit to acclaimed artist Lucy Culliton's incredible country garden.

Issue #45: DIRTY

From The EditorGet down and dirty with us!

On Creativity, Isolation and Nature

CultureAn exploration of the relationship between solitude, nature and creativity by writer Freya Latona.

Photography: Ken Marten’s World of Plants

Art & DesignWe dive into photographer Ken Marten's plant filled world.

On the Verandah with Peter Watts

PeopleA chat about conservation, integrity and Edna Walling on Peter Watts' back verandah.

Trisha Dixon’s Secret Garden

GardensA visit to Trisha Dixon's wild and historic country garden.

From Dunny Lane to Secret Garden

GardensFreya Latona has transformed an inner city dunny lane into a lush, leafy garden.

Fiona Brockhoff’s Seaside Rebellion

GardensWe drop in on landscape designer Fiona Brockhoff's gorgeous city garden.

Plant Profile: Rosa gallica

BotanicaA rose is a rose is a rose is a rose. Or is it?

Jess Hood is a Gardener of the Mind

PeopleA wander through one of Australia's oldest native gardens with artist Jess Hood.

Issue #43: HERITAGE

From The EditorLooking backwards, looking forwards, and sometimes sideways.

The Dirt: Clive Blazey

Gardens, PeopleThe Diggers Club founder is an icon of Australian horticulture.

Fear, Hope and Ending Ecocide

CultureAn international law of ecocide has the power to change the world.