Regular contributor to Australian and international magazines and books including:
Fourteen years after being encouraged by a young Timothy Hill to take up architectural photography, this work still forms the main part of my practice, and architecture continues to engage me. I've been fortunate enough during this period to work with a great number of original and innovative architects, many of whom I continue to work with regularly.
I've also seen the considerable growth in the Australian architecture and design press, and have formed fruitful relationships with a long line of editors and writers during this period. I remain primarily an architectural photographer, and welcome inquiries from all architects looking for a photographer who values the architecture as well as the image.
My personal photography practice spans the last 20 years, and has mainly focused on "the man made in the landscape". I exhibited anually for six years at Doggett Street studio, and produced commissioned works for local government and private companies and individuals.
My works are also held in the collections of The Brisbane City Council and The Wesley Hospital.
Prints can also be viewed at the studio by appointment.