It was on a rusty cargo ship sailing between the islands of French Polynesia that I decided to become a photographer.
As soon as I returned home I quit my job and dove head first into photography. After studying the Diploma of Photography I moved on to cut my teeth working as an assistant for various studios and photographers.
I spent the following few years working with some incredible geniuses such as Anson Smart, Chris Terry, Raf Steinway, and Erik Madigan Heck to name just a few. Along with accruing a stack of frequent flyer points I learned how to create quality images with a humble and versatile approach.
Today I spend my time between London, Sydney and Berlin shooting a range of different project as well as shooting commercially and exhibiting my work wherever possible.
I love experimenting with different mediums, materials and ideas and I still believe that film is far from dead and strive to bring its aesthetic into the modern era. With my ability to adapt, continuously evolving style and a deep passion for the medium I am excited about the future of photography.