Fine art landscape photography specialising in Australia.
When I was 19 years old I aquired my first camera. A beautiful 1950’s Agfa folder that I inherited from my grandfather.
I went out one summer night and shot a frame of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, when I saw the printed image I was hooked.
I have since developed a deep love for nature’s beauty and the solitude of being alone in the wilderness. This in turn led to a passion for snow camping and snowshoeing, and for taking photos of places few others get to see.
Though my passion is landscape, I am always seeking new ideas and trying to advance in different styles of photography. I consider that continual growth as a photographer is essential to the development of my art.
I shoot on everything that will make an image, 35mm, medium format, large format and digital. Whilst my preference is for the superior quality of film, at the moment I am having great fun with my fiance’s consumer level digital compact camera.
In the very near future I will be experimenting with pinhole photography, it has such a beautiful feel, so different from any other imaging tool.
As far as I’m concerned it is a case of the appropriate tool for the job at hand and the only thing that counts for anything is the final image and the viewer’s emotional response to that image.
I have decided to ride my bicycle around Australia with my camera leaving early February.