A little about me
My passion for photography began with travel, documenting my adventures through Europe, South America, the States and South East Asia.
I began my photography career as a freelance photographer and videographer in the areas of corporate, documentary, food and sport.
I currently work as a news photographer and videographer at The Riverine Herald in Echuca, Victoria covering everything from editorial, breaking news, portraits, feature documentary, sport and events.
My background is in corporate IT, specifically 10+ years in user experience (UX) and education. I have worked in various consultant and management roles in web based environments providing me with strong problem solving skills and extensive experience working to tight deadlines and managing competing priorities.
Bachelor of Applied Science and Multimedia, Swinburne University, Australia
Advanced Diploma of Photography, Photography Studies College, Australia
Tennis Australia - photo editor and photographer for the Australian Open, ausopen.com website.
Rolex Australia - Corporate Event Photographer
Guide Dogs Victoria:
Production of short documentary videos for Recollections project. Exhibited in the State Library Victoria
Production of various case study and documentary videos, 'Puppy Raiser Profile', 'Community Inclusion', 'Puppy Sponsorship', 'Your Referral' campaign.
Photography for Annual Report 2014, 2015, 2016
RACV - video editor, producing short form educational and campaign videos for public policy social media
Broadsheet.com.au - freelance photographer
ARC Studio - freelance real estate photographer
Bauer Media - 6 week internship assisting & photo shoots for Caravan World, Which Car, Trade-A-Boat, Street Machine
News Media Awards 2019 - Best News Photography (Community) - ‘Light it up’
Australian Photography Awards 2019 - Honourable Mention, Documentary
Victorian Epson Professional Photography Awards 2015
Silver Distinction, Photo documentary
Silver, Photo documentary
2014 - CCP Salon 2014, Group Exhibition
2015 - Figures and Faces, Beth Hulme Gallery, Group Exhibition