the photographer | image creation | storytelling
Where I live and work
I am based in the gorgeous Margaret River region of Western Australia. This is a region known for its towering forests and majestic rolling vineyards, fringed by a beautiful and wild coastline which is a constant source of inspiration.
In the past few years I have developed a special love of sports and aerial photography, as well as documenting events and showcasing some of the amazing wineries in the area I live.
I work mainly in the South West of Australia, but as I love to travel, I often take on projects around Western Australia and beyond.
Gear & Qualifications
I photograph with Canon full frame cameras and a range of Canon lenses – 70-200mm f2.8, 16-35mm f 2.8, 28-70mm f 2.8, 100mm f2.8 Macro, 85mm f1.2mm.
Aerial photography and video are captured with a DJI Mavic Pro 2, and I hold a remote pilot licence (RePL) issued by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
What can I do for you?
I am a visual storyteller and would love to collaborate with you to create the very best images for your event, location or project.
I often incorporate the landscape and surroundings into my sports, portraits and commercial photography. And, whenever possible, I like to add an emotional element into my pictures. Be it a child’s cheeky smile, a little tear of joy as an athlete or competitor crosses the finish line, or a sight of relief at the end of an endurance event. I feel my mission is accomplished when I manage to capture the raw emotion in a picture, and extract that fleeting magical moment that enables one single image to reveal a complex story.
I am truly passionate about what I do, and look forward to creating something new at every photography project and assignment I undertake.
I would love to chat with you about your ideas, event or project and to create images that will help bring your vision to life. If you think I can help, please get in touch.
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What clients have to say
“Photography remembers little things long after you’ve forgotten everything.”
– Aaron Siskind –