Born on the East Coast of Australia in 1989, I was lucky enough to be brought up in a family that spent a great deal of time outdoors camping and travelling.

The first time using a camera was around the age of 10 when my Dad taught me on his old Minolta XG-M (film camera). It was love at first photo, and I knew that photography was something that would play a huge part in my life.

Fast forward to 2011 when I purchased my first DSLR. Keen to learn everything there was about photography I dabbled around for a few years in various fields. Learning about how the camera worked was exciting and I began experimenting with natural & artificial light with people & objects.

In 2013 I went on my first dedicated Landscape photography adventure to New Zealand. There was something about that trip that changed me and subsequently I fell in love with sunrises and sunsets.  Ever since then I've been chasing light all over the world.

In 2015 - with camera in hand I took a year off work to explore the world. Backpacking all the way from the stunning region of Torres Del Paine in the far south of Chile to Canada. I covered over 18,000 km's by road in 7 months & explored 10 incredible countries and some of the most unique landscape locations on Earth.

Having been on the road for almost 8 months I headed home to Australia - exhausted. After some downtime and a few weeks of exploring my home state I packed my bag and made my way over to Africa. Travelling with my mum on a overland Safari from Cape Town in South Africa to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe we covered 6,000km. We visited Madagascar while we were in the area, which was quite unique, capturing the interesting personalities of the famous Lemurs and the everyday life of the Malagasy people.

I'm now back to work full time as a Graphic Designer, Photographer & Videographer. I have such massive backlog of images still yet to process so I decided to create this web page to bring you some of the best.

Hope you enjoy!