Hi, my name is Kylie Gee and I am the photographer behind the lens of
Indigo Storm Photography.
I cannot remember the first time I picked up a camera but I do remember my first one being an old Hanimex Tele 110 which boasted a 'built in flash' being a new feature to camera's at the time.
I have always had a passion for capturing the beauty around us and was extremely fortunate to have grown up in the coastal community of Horrocks Beach. I am incredibly grateful to have witnessed some of the most stunning and breathtaking sunsets over the iconic Horrocks Jetty.
After completing my education I travelled around Australia, spent two years working on cattle stations in the Kimberleys, was 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.
I have always loved the outdoors and have a real appreciation for the beauty on our doorstep having lived and worked in some of
Western Australia's most beautiful and breathtaking landscapes.
Whilst I have always loved photography it is only in recent years that I have really taken it seriously. Inspired by the stunning landscape,
the dramatic summer storms and the incredible sunsets...
Once again I am fortunate to have such beauty on my doorstep having lived in the NE Wheatbelt of Western Australia for the last 12 years.
In 2013 I decided to follow my passion and completed my Diploma of Photography to compliment what I had learned in the field.
In recent years I have spent a lot of time travelling to various locations around Western Australia. I absolutely love this state and there is so much to capture
I'm not yet compelled to travel overseas.
Among these is the Pilbara, the Midwest, the Gascoyne, the South Coast and of course my home here in the Wheatbelt. Each place offering a unique and beautiful landscape.
When I am not travelling I take every opportunity to get out and capture the Wheatbelt and every season offers a different aspect of natures canvas and of course I take every opportunity to head back home to Horrocks and capture a sunset or two over the Horrocks Jetty.
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 thanks 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.