1. New strap, Natural Chromexel ZULU hand crafted by Nicholas Hollows of Hollows Leather.

    Thanks man.

     
  2. Excelsior Jones

    A beautiful destination café in the quieter back streets of Sydney’s Inner West suburb, Ashfield. The café is a result of the partnership of Jimmy Naylor & Anthony Svilicich.

    They have a combination of a nice relaxed environment, excellent coffee, (a custom espresso blend supplied by 5 Senses), and a great menu. Highly recommend a visit, and when there, check out the custom matte black “Death Star” Synesso, and their traditionally hand painted sign by Gemma Lockley.

    All images are all rights reserved and Copyright of Nathan Rodger, © 2013.

     
  3. Classic Land Rover

     
  4. (Source: justinfox, via zengarage)

     
  5. Excelsior Jones - Sneak Peek

    A couple of sneak preview snaps during the setup of newly opened café Excelsior Jones. A beautifully fitted café in Sydney’s Inner West suburb of Ashfield. that I have had the pleasure of photographing. These were taken during setup, so are just a sneak preview. More, ‘proper’ photos to come.

    All snaps taken on my fruity portable telecommunications device.

     
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  7. A short edit version of the filming I did for the AASCA NSW Coffee Championships.

    If you like coffee, watch it.

     
     
  8. Ciao 2012

    Thanks for a great 2012. It’s been fantastic. Looking forward to 2013 being amazing.

    Probably will be my last IG post too. Going to a private account on there, and might not really add anymore photos. Depends on what they decide to do. I don’t like FB and the tendrils of it are deeper set into IG than I thought. Though I’m sadly not surprised.

     
  9. Stella’s Xmas Adventure

    (Sadly, not my work. As usual, this is brilliant - awesome work Lyn & Jesse!)

    (Source: vimeo.com)

     
     
  10. Brickfields

    This place looks fantastic @mecca_espresso team!! Beautiful new little bakery. Thanks for the invite, and congrats on the new project. Can’t wait to see it in action next year!

    (Still drooling over the Kees van de Westen ‘Spirit’)