To see the sun set over the Roman Forum, to watch B. B. King play in a haze of smoke, to swim in the Caribbean Sea in the British Virgin Islands, to have a chat with His Holiness The Dalai Lama...this is what a career in photography has gifted me....
I have been a photographer for as long as I can remember and being paid as a photographer since I was 15...there is a lot of experiences, a lot of stories and of course a huge amount of photographs.
I love music. My career as a photographer has been my pathway into that world one I have spent the last 30 years in... It has allowed me access to so many great musicians since the 1990s and work with them. James Brown, Sting, Lou Reed, U2, Inxs and every year there is even more great music being created and fantastic musicians starting out on their careers.
But being a concert photographer isn't all I do....
I have photographed hundreds of weddings over the past twenty years all over Australia and the world, so if you are a bride looking for something unique straight from the pages of a bridal magazine... it would be great to have a chat about your special day.
My career has also allowed me to complete editorial assignments for newspapers and magazines all around the world not only providing the images but in many cases the accompanying text.
Then of course there is event photography, food photography, corporate and portrait photography... that has been published in books, magazines and websites.
I have had a diverse photographic career following my passion for image making and it is this diversity and wealth of knowledge that allows me to bring a unique insight and vision to creating images for any requirement.
If you have a project that needs images created for it please get in touch with me and lets see what we can make together.
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swimming with my children at the beach
photographing the Rock Art in Quinkan Country
diving with Tiger Sharks in Tahiti
skydiving in vancouver
any day in New York City
walking through the British Museum
the acropolis in Athens
Acapulco for the first time
"You have to hurry up if you want to see something, everything disappears"