Lifestyle photography for the launch of a wellness offering at Amanpuri in Thailand. Over ten days I photographed many aspects of the resort to cover health and wellness, food, exercise and adventure in and around the property. Beautifully accompanied by Maddy Relph.


The Spirit of the Wild is a new vessel designed specifically for the Gordon River cruise purpose. It’s a hybrid electric boat, meaning it can switch to a near silent mode, allowing it to glide up the river in almost complete silence. I was fortunate enough to shoot this project for RACT on the river at Strahan, in Tasmania’s rugged West Coast.


German born, Florian has been making traditional huon pine boats and dinghys at the Wooden Boat Centre in Franklin for the last year. I’ve a huge appreciation for this craft, with most construction decisions occurring by eye, the level of detail achieved from such basic tools is amazing.


An inspiration to me from a young age, Ben Richardson of Ridgeline Pottery. A spur of the moment visit to his pottery studio near Clifton Beach, a chat and a few pictures.


Photographing five island destinations in the Philippines for Qantas. Capturing the lifestyle and landscapes from the white sands of Amanpulo, spectacular diving at Coron and the beautiful Chocolate Hills in Bohol. It’s more fun in the Philippines! Read the story here.


Coverage of the Flinders Island Crayfish Festival in Tasmania. High on my bucket list, I was excited to visit the Island and hang out with some of Australia’s best chefs. Diving, surfing and hunting along the way, the trip was culminated in a long lunch in a beautiful old shearing shed in sweeping farmlands.


Lifestyle shoot for iconic Australian brand Country Road. The Weber’s are good friends of mine, so this shoot for the ‘In Good Company’ section of the 2018 catalogue was a fun experience. I shot Kif and Anna as they cooked a dish at their home in Tasmania, and then we grabbed some portraits in their restaurants. See the published feature here.


Meriem Daoui is not your average 19 year old. The university student from Hobart could be one of Australia’s rising stars in athletics in the next 5 years. Photographed on Mt Wellington in Tasmania for Tempo Journal.