At the age of 18 I was given my first manual camera; a compact digital with a whopping 6mp! That camera was the true beginning for me as a photographer and from that moment I was drawn to the natural world. I spent many an afternoon photographing the sunset over the ranges behind my parents house. I experimented with settings and composition, not really knowing why some photos worked and others didn't. It wasn't until I moved to the Central Australia in 2011 and bought a Digital SLR that my passion for photography grew from a part-time hobby into an overwhelming need to explore and photograph the world around me.
About four years ago I started selling prints at the local markets in Alice Springs and I had no idea how well it would turn out. After only two years selling at the markets, I opened a pop-up gallery, also in Alice Springs. I was blown away by the feedback from my ever-growing list of clients. Itchy feet and an eagerness to explore and photograph more of our amazing country got me moving and I have spent the better part of the last year traveling around Australia. And what a trip it was! From the snowing peaks of Tasmania, to the baked interior of Western Australia, it was all amazing!
I'm not sure what lays ahead but I know this, I am continually captivated, challenged, frustrated and inspired by the natural world in an effort to capture the best that nature has to offer.
Visit my online gallery to experience my journey.