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

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.

Anxiety and the Garden

CultureA gardening tool kit to help prune anxiety.

Collectors’ Plant Fair is COMING!

BotanicaPut it in your diaries, plant people!

The Dirt: Simon and Anna Ainsworth

PeopleThe owners of Eden Gardens are passionate about plants, community engagement and business.

Issue #41: PLAY

From The EditorPlay. What a word, what an idea! What fun, what joy. What?

The Handover: Sue & Peter Miles

GardensA gorgeous story of a mother and son, and the garden they share.

Plant / Life: David Whitworth

Gardens, PeopleVisit a wild inner city jungle garden with us!

Victoria Alexander’s Garden House

GardensA visit to author, photographer and plant lover Victoria Alexander's incredible garden house.

Living Legacy: From Grief to Growth

CultureHonouring death with life. And trees.