For me, photography is about people and the places they inhabit - telling their stories and sharing their beauty. My desire is to do good, meaningful, captivating work and share it with a global audience.
It was on a rusty cargo ship sailing between the islands of French Polynesia that I decided to become a photographer. So I studying and then assisted, retouched and produced for a range of world-class fashion and advertising photographers. In Sydney, London, and New York I learnt from the best before stepping out on my own.
Today I’m constantly on the move between Sydney, Berlin, and London, my time is divided between shooting commercial work and personal projects whose format ranges from portraiture, photojournalism and visual art. As a result of this flexibility in style and the continuous renewal of my surroundings, I have witnessed a far-reaching and even paradoxical variety of photographic subjects and scenarios: from refugees to CEO’s; the Wu-Tang Clan to prima ballerinas; and sex workers to holy men.
A selection of my commercial and editorial collaborations include: ABC, Archiblox, BBC, Broadsheet media, Conde Nast, Evening standard, Fairfax, FvonF, The Guardian, Green magazine, Habitat, Impossible Labs, Kath Kidston, Marks & Spencers, Opera Australia, P&O Cruises, Penguin Publishing, Qantas, and, Die Zeit.