I first began my adventures in photography through the gift of an old rangefinder camera, given to me by my dad when I was thirteen. We went to Tasmania and I exhausted all the film rolls on the first day. I took photos everywhere, and I loved it. I was studying at university and spent most of my spare time 'on assignment', photographing and filming commercial work. I traveled a lot and spent more time looking at scenery behind the viewfinder than with my own eyes!
Fast forward to today and I am a full time photographer (amazing).
I love what I do, and barely a day goes by without me having a camera in hand documenting something. I like to think of my job as having an ability to freeze time and create an imaginary world, that's both real and a little bit beyond real at the same time.