• danimations launches NatureScope to sell art & promote environmental conservation


    Combining their passions for nature, photography and conservation, Dan Monceaux and Emma Sterling have launched a new website called NatureScope Photography. The site provides the duo with a platform through which they can sell their photographic art and promote conservation efforts and activities worldwide. To celebrate the website’s launch, a selection of NatureScope wares will be available to purchase at Rundle Street Markets on Sunday, November 28th in Adelaide, South Australia. Works available include a broad range of greeting cards and six themed high-quality wall-calendars: Birds of Southern Australia, Australian Wildflowers, Floral Art Photography, Kangaroo Island Wildlife, Butterflies of Australia and Life on South Australia’s Rocky Reefs. In addition to visiting the NatureScope Photography website, you can also become a fan on Facebook, and follow on Twitter.

  • danimations’ Kangaroo Island nature safari yields new series photo calendars & greeting cards


    danimations founders Dan Monceaux and Emma Sterling recently returned from a week-long nature photo safari on Kangaroo Island. The pair visited many of the island’s conservation parks and wilderness protection areas, and have returned with a bulging new photographic portfolio, overflowing with nature images. Included are many colourful and delicate wildflowers, marine, terrestrial and avian wildlife and spectacular scenics. A collection of new photographic calendars and greeting cards will be available for online ordering and at selected sellers in South Australia in November. A limited selection of these images are available now on Dan Monceaux’s Redbubble site.

  • Emma Sterling’s fine art photography on show at Christina’s on High Street, Willunga


    Danimations’ producer and editor Emma Sterling began her creative journey as an artist and still photographer, and continues practising to this day. Her current show ‘Bloom’ presents a series of floral abstract images which double as vivid yet gentle colour studies. The works triumphantly re-imagine nature through a macro lens, a technique Emma has been practising since 2005. Her work is hanging on the walls of Christina’s on High Street in the charming South Australian town of Willunga (just an hour’s drive south of Adelaide) until September 8th, 2010.

    Sponsored by leading Adelaide photo lab Atkins Technicolour, the works are available as stunning limited edition archival prints, and for this showing have been mounted on aluminium. All works are available to purchase in signed editions of 10 for AUD$300 each. You can take a virtual look at the exhibition in the video above, and if you enjoy Emma’s work, you can also purchase them on gift cards and view additional works at her artist store on Redbubble.com.