BOOKS

i macchiato therefore i am

a collection of macchiato coffee photographs

Macchiato (pronounced mah-kee-ah-to), an Italian word meaning "stained", is an espresso stained with a little milk. 

Stefan has discovered that a long macchiato can be an espresso, double shot, doppio, long, short, milky, layered, stained, frothy foam espresso coffee. He continues to drink and photograph long macchiatos in Australia and across the world to capture the variations of coffee called a long macchiato.

Available as a softcover book.

102 Full Colour Pages | Pro Line Uncoated Paper

Small Square | 7 x 7 in | 18 x 18 cm

espresso. doppio. double shot

a collection of espresso coffee photographs

Espresso, an Italian word meaning "pressed coffee", is a strong coffee prepared by forcing live steam under pressure, or boiling water, through ground dark-roast coffee beans.

By any other name, Stefan enjoys an espresso, doppio, double shot that is black as Hell, strong as death, and sweet as love.

Available as a softcover book.

92 Full Colour Pages | Pro Line Uncoated Paper

Small Square | 7 x 7 in | 18 x 18 cm

Mr. Natural

A Body of Work

From his gluteus maximus and pectoralis major to his palmaris longus and vastus medialis, Harry Haureliuk was, literally, a body of work.

Harry’s bodybuilding career is a story of success on the local, national and international levels over many decades.

Harry not only trained and competed himself but mentored new bodybuilders of all ages and, in his role as a Physical Culture Consultant, inspired people to achieve the best they can, regardless of their health and fitness levels.

Harry was a larger than life character with a wicked sense of humour.

Mr. Natural: A Body of Work celebrates Harry’s career in bodybuilding. Stefan compiled this book to celebrate the vastness of Harry’s lifelong accomplishments as a bodybuilder.

Available as a hardcover book.

Linen Cover | Dust Jacket | 52 Full Colour Pages | Photo Paper

Standard Portrait | 8 X 10 in | 21 x 26 cm

Film Speak

A guide to terms used in fillums and pitchas

Illustrated by Jo Dougal

 

What does a gaffer do?  What is the relationship between French bread and Gene Autry? Who was Hollis Wood? Where was Pee Wee Herman when he was caught giving an impression of a film buff? Film Speak takes a funny, irreverent and informative look at film gossip, film terminology, film making processes and personalities from Academy Awards to zoom lens.

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