Category: News

Come with me to Japan
2 April, 2018

A few years ago I did a trip to Iceland with some fellow photographers, whilst there I finally met the very awesome photographer and fellow Aussie: Andy Yee. We had interacted a few times online previously and had some laughs in the process, that just continued when we met in person. Andy is an inspiring photographer and the current recipient of the Sony Alpha Landscape Award, he will be leading a photography tour / workshop through Japan in...

Published in National Geographic!
1 July, 2017

Hey All, Just a quick update, I'm in the middle of a massive new personal project, I may announce here in the coming weeks. Recently I did a trip to the Northern half of Western Australia, it was a massive road trip that produced some photos that I'm incredibly happy with, including some new photos from Karijini National Park and Willie Creek near Broome. I'll do a write up about both of those shortly. I got some awesome news while I was...

12 Films Project
13 January, 2017

So this year I challenged myself to produce 52 blog posts, 1 per week.. so far I've kept to my schedule, post 3 is nearly ready to go on Sunday night. I have also challenged myself to produce at least 12 videos, 1 per month. This is not me starting a vlog, the daily vlogging craze is great for those who have the time. I want to produce something of substance each month though, not be under the pressure of a daily video. Plus there is the fact that my...

Happy New Year 2017 - 52 Project
1 January, 2017

Well goodbye to 2016 (and good riddance from many of us) and hello to 2017! 2016 was a year filled with some pretty awesome highlights for me, combined with some not so fun parts. It was a time of re-assessing my businesses, refining the processes, removing some services and growing others. Some of the highlights for me included: Working on a project in Antarctica with Aurora Expeditions - mind blowingly awesome, can't wait to head back...

Aurora Australis - March 2016
10 March, 2016

A few nights ago I woke up at about 3am for no particular reason and couldn't get back to sleep, so I decided to make the best of it and head out for some of my first Milky Way photos of 2016. The most colourful section of the Milky Way is now visible at this time of year and will be around until September / October. I headed just down the road from Abbey towards Margaret River and pulled over at one of my favourite dead trees (weird to have a...

Qantas - Feels Like Home Campaign
18 January, 2016

Late last year I was commissioned to take part in an Instagram & social media campaign with Qantas to celebrate their 95th birthday. The theme of the campaign was "Feels like home", we travelled around Australia finding out what home meant to Australians from all walks of life. It was a pretty amazing project to be part of, the flight schedule was definitely one of the more hectic ones that I've been on, with events every second day and flights...

South West Wanderings
6 November, 2015

With the way my work has been going over the last 2 years I've not had all that much time to do any photography in the South West of Western Australia, where I live. Instead I've been working all over Australia and the world with trips to Egypt, Jordan, Dubai (5 times), Cambodia, Iceland, Norway, Queensland, New South Wales, Tasmania (twice), South Australia and to the Pilbara and Kimberly regions of Western Australia. Over the last few months...

Journey through Jordan
6 August, 2015

In late 2013  I received an email from The Giving Lens about an upcoming photography workshop trip they were holding in Jordan, for some reason I knew that I needed to go on this trip, so I put in my application and hoped for the best. My application was accepted and over the next few months I started putting together a few side trips on the way to and from Jordan. On my way to Jordan I had a 12 hour stop over in Dubai and then had a few days...

Published in National Geographic - Viajes
22 February, 2015

For as long as I can remember, I've had this "life goal" for lack of a better term, to get my photos published in National Geographic's magazine. It wasn't something that I was working towards with any great intent or purpose, it was just one of those more casual "wouldn't that be nice one day" goals. I feel at this stage that the majority of my work isn't up to the standard required for National Geographic, so when I received an email from someone...