Started in the film business. Produced. Produced more. Produced a little bit more. At some point picked up a stills camera. Produced even more. Drunk a fair bit of coffee. Found that the more I produced, the less I enjoyed it. So, intelligently, produced some more. And drank more coffee.
Stills started to take over. One night, I made a choice. I changed my focus to photography from filmmaking. Spent a year teaching myself anything and everything on it I could find. Drank yet more coffee. Never assisted.
Started shooting professionally. And now, I'm still here. Still a filmmaker. And still drinking coffee.
In no particular order: Jagermeister, Chobani Yogurt, the Australian Banking Association, EMI, Genea Fertility, MetLife, Raine & Horne National, BT, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, MG Motors, Universal, The Australian Museum, GlaxoSmithKline, Princess Cruises, Yellow Pages and many, many others.
I've shot for a variety of magazines, including Men’s Health, The Financial Times of London, UK’s Bizarre Magazine and even the Chaser Quarterly.
2016/2017 - My image for Jagermeister: Strange, But True was accepted into Luerzer's Archive 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide 16/17
2014 Finalist - National Portrait Photography Prize for my image of 'Atef' with the Refugee Art Project
2012 - 2 x ARIA Nomiations for Best Cover Art and Best Music Video, both for 360
I've also been a finalist in the Manning Art Prize many times - 2011, 2013, 2015 & 2017. I won the 2D section in 2011.
Based out of Sydney.......mostly