Pete is all about sharing the knowledge he has gained over the years in various roles, from sales to running his own business to help others with mental health issues.

He is passionate about sport and loves AFL, Cricket and darts. He was also an awarded photographer in the fields of weddings and sports.

Through his time as a photographer, he and Jane had a successful photography studio building it from a humble studio to t a studio that travelled Australia plying their trade.

In the past decade Pete has worked in the other area he has a keen passion for and that is Beer Wine and Spirits working as a specialist at Australias largest alcohol retailer.

Pete believes in sharing, this is where he will do this from thoughts on business sports and enjoying life.


Jane is the bubbly conduit of the two, Jane has worked in various roles from a mothercraft nurse to area manager for retail, he skills are varied and well rounded.

Just like Pete, they both like to share their thoughts and knowledge on what they have achieved.

Jane is a retail and person guru she knows how to share and assist people to be the best they can be.

Jane started as a mothercraft nurse and soon moved to run daycare centres after many years she decide to make a change and went into newspaper ad sales and succeeded in this role, how? building relations.

This relationship selling moved into their photography studio and is now in the retail field that she is working in.

Jane is a survivor of stage 3 bowel cancer and is a tenacious person that loves food, wine and travel, this is the area she loves to talk about and write about

Tasmanian Pioneer Index Christening No :- 6799/32 Extracted from “We Are Not Here” by Robyn Friend “Aboriginal People Of The Huon And Channel Today” Mary Ann’s Baptism is shown as being two years prior to the registration of the COWEN / BLEASE marriage. Mary Ann is identified with sister Matilda Ann as Aboriginal by oral tradition. Mary Ann as “Granny Bone” and Matilda Ann as “Aunt Til” The story goes that Aboriginal children assigned to or taken by Thomas COWEN were “adopted into the COWEN Family. As early as 1819, SORELL, in a proclamation, referred to the abduction of native children by settlers. {N.J.B. PLOMLEY – The Aboriginal Settler Clash in Van Dieman’s Land 1803 – 1831} These “missing” children would simply have disappeared into the community, their Aboriginality unrecorded. Another possibility is that Thomas COWEN, who was in the District some years before the advent of his marriage to Mary, cohabited with an Aboriginal woman before and perhaps during his marriage and that the children of both women were simply registered as children of the “Legal Marriage”. There are certainly families known as the “Black COWENS” and families known as the “White COWENS” still living in the district. However, the Aboriginality of “Granny BONE” as evidenced by her grandchildren and Great Grandchildren within the test is, to the Huon Aboriginal Community and to this writer, beyond doubt. Digger – Tasmanian Federation Index Surname: BONE Given Names: Ann Event: Death Father/Spouse Surname: Mother/Spouse Given Names: Date: 1927-01-28 Sex: F Place: 2 Princes Street SANDY BAY Registration Year: 1927 Registration Number: 65