I live in a little house in the seaside town of Broome. I live with my beautiful wife Emma, and our little, cheeky, bearded dog, Campy. You may even spot them in a photo or two on my website. We are an adventurous family who love nothing more than hitting the road in our rusty old Navara and camping throughout the Kimberley.
Most weekends you will find me down at the beach with my family or cooking a big feast in the kitchen. I will admit though, I do enjoy a lazy Sunday morning at home listening to blues and drinking endless supplies of coffee.
I started taking portraits of people when I was travelling through Eastern Europe when I was 19, with a cheap old Canon camera. I loved it. I had the chance to chat with lots of different people and share stories. This passion for photography led me to study at Photography Studies College in Melbourne where I majored in Photojournalism.
Because of my love of documentary photography and people, it means I love shooting portraits and weddings.
As a wedding and portrait photographer it is important to make sure everyone I photograph feels comfortable. I usually do this by not staging too many shots; instead let everything unfold in a natural and fun way.