About Indigo Storm Photography - Kylie Gee
Hi, my name is Kylie and I am the photographer behind the lens of Indigo Storm Photography. I am currently based in the Pilbara of Western Australia after calling the Wheatbelt of Western Australia home for 14 years.
I have always had a passion for capturing the beauty around us and was extremely fortunate to have grown up in the small seaside community of Horrocks Beach. I am incredibly grateful to have witnessed some of the most stunning and breathtaking sunsets over the iconic Horrocks Jetty...one of my favourite places to shoot.
After completing my education I travelled around Australia, spent two years working on remote cattle stations in the Kimberley's, was a cook/deckhand on a fishing trawler in the Gulf of Carpenteria, worked along the banks of the Fitzroy River near Derby as an Agricultural Protection Officer, cooked for a shearing team in the Gascoyne, worked at the Robe River mine in Pannawonica and had many other interesting jobs along the way - always in remote back of beyond places.
Inspired by the stunning landscapes,the dramatic summer storms and incredible sunsets...I have always loved the outdoors and have a genuine appreciation for the beauty on our doorstep having lived and worked in some of Western Australia's most beautiful and breathtaking landscapes.
I am primarily a weather photographer or 'storm chaser' as some might call it and as much as I love to shoot landscapes in general there is just something about photographing storms that keeps drawing me back for more...it is addictive!!! The colours of the sky, the cloud structures, the sound of thunder rolling across the earth, the feel of the wind as blows and the smell of rain...just a phenomenal feeling standing out amongst it all.
Whilst I have always loved photography it was the support and encouragement from family friends that prompted me to take it to the next level. In 2014, I completed my Diploma of Photography and created my business - Indigo Storm Photography. Indigo is the colour between blue and violet on the colour spectrum and in the dark of night while out photographing storms, when a bolt of lightning lights up the sky - indigo is the colour I most often see.
In early 2021, my family and I moved to Karratha in the Pilbara of WA. This has been something I had been dreaming of doing for many years and now that I am here I have fallen in love the Pilbara landscape once again - the rich red earth, golden yellow spinnifex and dark stormy skies together really are a truly stunning combination!!!
The collection of images shown here are some of my favourites captured over the past few years and I am continually adding to this collection. Many of these images have been featured in magazines, newspapers, book covers, tourism billboards, travel and tourism brochures as well as recognition through state and national awards, editorial spreads and television features.
Thank you so much for stopping by my page. If you have any questions or would like further information please feel free to head over to the Contacts page and send me an email. I am more than happy to assist you where I can.