About

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 Tasmania - 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. After that we travelled to Madagascar for a short but unique stay, capturing the unique personalities of the famous Lemurs.

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

Hope you enjoy!