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

Book Review: The House and Garden at Glenmore

CultureA review of The House and Garden at Glenmore by Mickey Robertson.

Gardening. It Can Change the World

GardensCultivating perspective, connection and hope in the garden.

Water: Liquid Gold

CultureWho cares about fancy cars, diamonds or big houses if there's no water?

Mary Oliver’s Wild and Precious Life

CultureMary Oliver is a woman of the wilderness and one of America's most celebrated poets.

The Dirt: Clover Moore

PeopleA chat with the most influential woman in Sydney, Lord Mayor Clover Moore.

Issue #35: WOMAN

From The EditorWomanly life, with plants.

The Dirt: Dan Kyle

Gardens, PeopleA visit to the mountain home and garden of artist Dan Kyle.

Plant / Life: Barry Byrne and Miguel Alvarez

Gardens, PeopleA visit to a grand five-hectare Blue Mountains garden.

Petrol Station Plants: The Bold and Un-Beautiful

Botanica, CultureAn investigation into the horticultural merits of petrol station 'gardens'.

Plant / Life: Michael Bates

Gardens, PeopleA beautifully crafted Sydney garden.

Plant Profile: Althaea officinalis (Marshmallow)

BotanicaMmm... Marshmallow! Eat for dessert in the desert

The Dirt: Jess Miller

PeopleJess Miller is a mover, shaker and change maker.

Garden Visit: Breenhold, Mount Wilson

GardensA vast garden estate with a lasting legacy of beauty and generosity.

Garden Visit: Withycombe, Mount Wilson

GardensA historic Blue Mountains garden with a new lease on life.

Garden Visit: Tallawong, Mount Irvine

GardensA visit to a rambling Blue Mountains garden with a sculptural twist.

Mount Wilson: A Garden Community

GardensWe visit the basaltic beauty of Mount Wilson, a garden village in the Blue Mountains of NSW

Issue #32: COMMUNITY

From The EditorThis June we're exploring the ties that bind us together.