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I’ve been a full-time freelance photographer for four years, but I’ve been a human my whole life. 

In the time I’ve been working with a camera, I’ve also been learning a wide gamut of skills. Teaching myself aesthetic control – even though it revealed itself to be subtle and subjective – was vital to making pictures that accurately and fully reflect an experience. Mastering the technical skills needed to use my equipment has tested my patience as I experimented with the convergence of aperture & exposure, refracted light, and that ever elusive 'decisive moment'. And dealing with the sometimes harsh and unfettered criticism of clients, mentors and other photographers has been an education of its own.     

But of all the knowledge I’ve acquired, the most important realisation was that an understanding and kind curiosity of humanity - while it won't get you all the way -  remains the most significant attribute for being a good photographer.

Whether it’s photos of someone who excels in their job, people who are in love, old friends who know each other too well, or even just a scene with no life in it at all – pictures tell us something about who and what we are. 

I want to capture that, and I want to have a good time while I’m doing it. 

Already I’ve travelled around the country working on jobs like the Australian of the Day campaign for CommBank, won the SALA Young Artist of the Year award for 2015, photographed a piece that took out The Migration Council of Australia's 2017 award for Excellency in Journalism, and more recently, shot the campaign for the 2018 Adelaide Film Festival, and the 2019 South Australian FIREFIGHTERS CALENDAR. (Whaaaat!) I've had some fun clients like Optus, Adelaide City Council, Renewal SA, Shaw + Smith, been published in SA's CityMag and the Adelaide Review, The UK's Financial Times, SBS, Broadly, Australian Women's Weekly, and have photographed many beautiful weddings, and have taken countless pictures of my mates being adorable jerks. Just quietly, I feel I might be inching closer to surpassing my existing life highlight – that time I won an enormous cardboard cut-out of Big Bird in a colouring-in competition when I was eight.


weddings / strictly limited to 20 per year - packages starting from $2850

lifestyle / portrait sessions starting from $750

commercial and editorial / available for assignments Australia wide

mentoring / for creative individuals or workplace groups - my next photography workshop is in May 20-24, 2019 on a CAMEL TREK in the OUTBACK! What!?


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