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When I was a young teenager I made three vows:

Marry Nancy
Move to Australia (with Nancy)
Never, EVER, take photos like my dad

Number 1 didn’t happen, but let’s not get into that now. Heartbreak at 13 lasts forever.

Number 2 did happen (minus Nancy).

And fortunately number 3 also worked out.

Now don’t get me wrong, I love my dad dearly. But the hours I lost standing rigid with cheeks burning from a forced, fixed grin while dad continually adjusted his focal length could have been spent achieving something much more worthwhile. Like climbing Everest. Twice. Backwards.

So when I started taking photos I vowed never to put anyone through that same experience (sorry dad). And that’s just as well, because as a Sydney wedding and baby photographer it’s crucial that my shooting style is dynamic, fluid and fast!

In fact I try to be as invisible as possible, meaning that my clients get to relax, be themselves, have fun, and end up with amazing photos!

Four guys from Scotland once declared: love is all around. This is true, and I want to capture as much of it as possible. So my clients include anyone who is in love, engaged, expecting, or a proud parent, and my service to them is to capture some of their moments of life and love so they can relive them forever.

You can see more of my work and follow my adventures on my website

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P.S. This is the first image I exhibited on RedBubble. Shortly after it was uploaded it was featured on the homepage! Click the image to find out more!

  • Joined: March 2009


Going Pro

Wow, it’s been a heck of a long time since I last wrote a post on rb! / But that time has been very, very productive. / I’ve not only been shooting loads but have also been drawing up marketing plans to take my passion full time! / I’m moving into what I call “life stage” photography: weddings, engagements, maternity and newborns, and you may have noticed this by the…
Posted about 6 years – Leave a comment

New Blog Post: Nintendo Launch Party

My blog Sparkography is gradually gaining weight. It’s now up to a dozen posts conveying the stories and inspiration behind my photos and photo jobs. / My latest post is on the Nintendo Launch Party I recently shot at the Oxford Art Factory in Sydney. / If you have a couple of spare minutes, please have a read and leave a comment with your thoughts! / Cheers / Milts
Posted almost 7 years – 2 comments

Climbing The Curve

I’ve now reached my 6 month anniversary on RB so I think it’s a fitting time to conduct a stock take. / Ok, so total views have just passed 2,500 from 50 images. 3 months ago and I was at 1,000 views from 28 images, so dusting off my mathematics hat this indicates that I’m on an upward achievement curve in terms of average views per image which has increased from 35.7 to 50. / I…
Posted about 7 years – 2 comments

Self Assessment

July is one of those times that causes one to pause and take stock of what’s going on. / Firstly, the financial year has ended so now comes the task of preparing the dreaded tax return (and trying to estimate how much can be “reasonably” claimed on expenses). / Secondly, it’s performance review time at work, so time to think of all the great things I’ve done over the past year; or at least …
Posted about 7 years – 2 comments
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