› Fri, 01 Jun 2018
I was recently commissioned by UNSW to shoot one of their installations created by their engineering department students in this year’s Vivid Festival…The opening night was packed with people and this year’s Vivid festival will rin until the 12th June. The UNSW installation is located next to the Gateway building next to Circular Quay
› Tue, 27 Mar 2018
Case study from a campaign I photographed with Taste Creative to raise awareness about travelator safety for woolworths
› Thu, 08 Mar 2018
I’ve just started shooting a new portrait series in the studio recently…
› Tue, 27 Feb 2018
Behind the scenes from a shoot last year with some Hawks players for iinet
Here’s a shot I took at Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada at Christmas. The lake is completely frozen over and is popular for ice skating. You can also take a walk, a horse drawn cart or snow shoe it across the lake to where trails start
› Fri, 16 Feb 2018
This photo was from a commission recently to photograph the Justice and Police museum at circular quay. Originally the facilities were The Water Police station and courthouse in the late 1800’s right up until 1985 when it becames a museum. The room pictured contains weapons that were confiscated from people in police custody and include guns, knives, knuckle dusters and batons.
› Thu, 15 Feb 2018
The places photography will take you. I recently photographed an old church interior in Lewisham that has been renovated and new lighting installed. The church has beautiful stained glass windows and statues throughout. The original sandstone building has been expanded and will be officially opened soon.
› Wed, 14 Feb 2018
Here’s a timelapse I shot last year in and around Darling Harbour. I was interested in capturing moving traffic from different perspectives as it moved along freeways and overpasses.
› Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Another recent commission saw me photographing facilities at the original mint in Sydney, which was where colonial gold was turned into sovereigns in the 1850’s. Previously this had been a hospital for convicts and was financed with 45,000 gallons of rum, by Governor Macquarie in 1816
› Mon, 12 Feb 2018
This is a shot I took last year in the Freycinet national park, while traveling around Tasmania. This was taken on the morning of my last day in Tasmania from the summit of Mt Amos, which takes an hour and a half walk uphill to reach the summit. It was totally worth making the trek with camera gear and sleeping bag as I hiked up shortly before sunset and stayed up most of the night to try and catch the southern lights. This view overlooks wineglass bay, which got it’s name from when whale’s were killed in the bay and the water was turned crimson, making the bay appera to be a wineglass full of wine…