The lovely lasses at Cleo contacted me a while back to see if I would be interested in being part of a feature they were compiling on Australian street fashion photographers, and of course I said yes! Then I did a jig around the room – those who know me have seen this happy jig many times before – it’s based on Gob’s chicken dance from Arrested Development.

Anyway, the February edition of Cleo came out today and I was stoked to discover a full page spread on Dropstitch, as well as one of my favourite Australian bloggers, Hayley Hughes (known to her readers as Fashion Hayley). Also featured are Fernando Frisoni and Paul-Simon Djite. Click on their names to view their blogs.

A big thanks to Cleo for supporting Australian street fashion photographers! If you haven’t picked up a copy of Cleo for a few years, do yourself a favour and re-introduce it to your magazine subscriptions – it’s come a long way from the Cleo I read as a teenager (in a good way), and has some superb fashion shoots.

To see the feature in all its glory, pick up a copy of Cleo February, and flick to page 114.