Hi, I’m Bec Rowlands!
I’m a proud mother, cheese lover, photographer and graphic designer based in the beautiful Macedon Ranges. As you can see in the photo on this page, I was destined to have a camera in my hot little hand from about the age of 2! I’ve been crazy about taking photos for as long as I can remember. In fact, my first camera was a hot pink Barbie Doll one that I got in a showbag at the Royal Melbourne Show many, many years ago! (Don’t worry, I’ve upgraded my camera since then!!).
I’m also a smitten (and slightly sleep deprived!) mother of two gorgeous little beings, who fill my heart with overwhelming happiness every day… They are my sunshine and my world. My partner and I feel truly blessed to be their Mum & Dad. And I can’t forget our fur-baby… He’s wonderful with kids and always greets us with a happy little face & wagging tail every day.
I’ve felt extremely lucky over the years to have travelled, worked and lived in some beautiful locations on our incredible planet.
It truly has opened my mind. I’ve taken photos of so many lovely people, amazing places & creations in our world.
I’m very passionate about our gorgeous planet and all that Mother Nature has to offer. At present I’m looking at ways I can make changes with my business & family life, to reduce my impact on the planet. I’m taking small steps. But rapid change needs to happen. And we can all do our bit. Watch this space!
To learn more about climate change solutions, Check out this Australian documentary film by Damon Gameau 2040 Film.
I REALLY LOVE...
I’M PASSIONATE ABOUT...
Our beautiful planet
QUITE OFTEN YOU’LL FIND ME...
My favourite music is...
Reggae, 80’s, Dance, Drum & Bass, Disney... Oh I love it all!
Cooking pizza in my woodfire oven
NOTHING MAKES ME HAPPIER THAN...
I’D LIKE TO LEARN ABOUT...
Hearing my kids laugh
our Aboriginal culture
I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land that I live and work on - the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. I pay my respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and remember that sovereignty was never ceded.