As an artist I try to capture as much of the world I see in a way that inspires. I love to create and photography is one of the most rewarding, artistic outlets there is. So much can be done with a simple camera and some decent lighting. 

Photography has always been a part of me. I started very early, my mum gave me an old black and white camera one day. I was hooked after the first roll of film and became the official class photographer when we got to go on field trips like Sydney and other places. 

I took photos of everything, my family and anything that interested me. I remember trying to compose photos where my brothers would be playacting what we called cops and robbers, It soon became a passion and I was always looking for something to photograph.


With colour film came even more inspiration. I craved the unique and tried to capture images with a twist. Here is one of a model motorbike I had built and placed carefully on our driveway, I got down on the ground and took this shot which still fools people to this day, many asking if this was my real motorbike as a kid.

Outings to Sydney were not uncommon and I loved capturing the scenery. The city looks very different today but the iconic Opera House hasn't changed.