Born on the edge of the desert in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
I play a lot in Open D, and have been upgrading my camera since I last put a roll of film into my old Nikkormat EL many, many years ago.
I work locally. I’ve covered most events in this lovely little town for a very long time, and continue to do so.
. . . and once the world has wrestled Covid-19 into submission, I’ll begin to work overseas again too: I travel a lot, with family in tow–we have a very long list of places-yet-to-visit, and a long list of places-we-must-return-to. Whilst much of my commercial sales through Getty and Alamy were images taken locally, a not-insignificant percentage was taken overseas. So we’re all hanging out for 2022 when we plan to begin our overseas travel again. . . and of course there’s all that different food just waiting for us . . .
In addition to photography, I have worked all my adult life in the disability sector (well, since my late teens to be accurate). I am able to bring decades of experience to the fore when working with people with disabilities and their families and loved ones.
My other bag of experience contains years of playing Indoor Cricket at a National Level (and umpiring at an International Level), and a long association with the traditional form of Tae Kwon Do. I have extensive archives of images of both endeavours.