I have been working as a professional photographer and photojournalist for over 25 years.

During this time I have worked for some of the most respected media outlets, including as a UK Foreign Correspondent.

My work has appeared in major publications including The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Weekend Australian Magazine,The Good Weekend, Who Weekly, Marie Claire and The Big Issue just to name a few, while clients have ranged from Victorian Government departments to art's organisations, record companies, film companies and private clients.

My passion for social justice means I have worked with welfare organisations such as Youth Development Australia, The Smith Family, The Brotherhood of St Laurence, Spectrum Migrant Resource Centre and Wesley Mission, and for four years as a photographer for World Vision Australia. In this role I visited World Vision’s community development projects in Africa, South America, Asia and Australia shooting stills and video for media stories which have appeared in publications such as The Australian, Who Weekly and Marie Claire magazine, as well as major above the line World Vision campaigns.

My work has been exhibited extensively in Australia and in New York, China and New Zealand and collected by galleries and arts organisations ranging from The Powerhouse Museum, The Victoria State Library, Screen Australia, SBS and the ABC.

If you’d like to get in touch to discuss a project I’d love to hear from you.