About

About me

Visual Storyteller

I live to tell stories and capture moments in time through the art of photography

Working with me

My approach

I value human connection, whether it's meeting someone briefly to talk business or pleasure, sharing ideas on common experiences or solving problems. I believe that it's important to be present and in the moment in all my interactions. There is so much we can learn from others and sharing ideas and experiences. I am also passionate about helping others to solve problems, learn, thrive and pursue their own passions.

I have always felt a strong connection to the outdoors, always finding peace being in and amongst nature. Be it walking through tall eucalyptus forests, watching waterfalls, sitting by lakes or the beach. I'm not daunted by the extremes our seasons can bring, so I can be found out in the elements at any time of day. I bring this connection to life through photography.

Equipment

I am not sponsored by any brand, but this is a list of equipment that I choose to use.
  • Canon 5D mk III
  • Canon 7D mk II
  • Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 L Series lens
  • Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 L Series lens
  • Canon 100mm f/2.8 L Series lens
  • Canon 100-400mm 4/f L Series lens
  • Canon 1.4 III x converter
  • Nisi Filters
  • Lite weight Gitzo travel tripod and ball head
  • F-Stop Lotus Backpack
Logo for the Nature First Alliance

Proud Member

Nature Over Photography

I’m a proud member of Nature First: The Alliance for Responsible Nature Photography and I’m dedicated to following the Nature First Principles:

  • Prioritize the well-being of nature over photography.

  • Educate yourself about the places you photograph.

  • Reflect on the possible impact of your actions.

  • Use discretion if sharing locations.

  • Know and follow rules and regulations.

  • Always follow Leave No Trace principles and strive to leave places better than you found them.

  • Actively promote and educate others about these principles

Photography is an art

It’s about finding the extra-ordinary

in what feels like most ordinary places