I received my first camera at eleven years of age, since then I have found it intensely satisfying to see the world through a viewfinder. I shoot with a multitude of cameras, utilising the idiosyncrasies of each to capture a particular aesthetic.
Although I currently reside in Norway, my country upbringing in rural Australia enabled me to form an affinity with nature and the landscape within. At eighteen I left home to attend Sydney College of the Arts, where I completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts. Sydney was a very different environment from my childhood, but one, which introduced me to the intricacies of the urban landscape. I am also fascinated by the simple details within the organisms and objects that either, surround me on a daily basis, or I stumble upon in my travels. Therefore, I tend to work primarily within the genres of nature, urban and absract photography.
Travel is another important aspect of my life and work. Each new experience has a tendency to redefine how I view the world and its inhabitants, thus changing how I interpret and capture the scenes, to which I am exposed. Travel coupled with my inherent need to take photographs, has afforded me a lifestyle both fascinating and at times, extraordinary.