I am searching for a feeling. An inarticulate atmosphere that pervades some spaces and places. When a place resonates with this feeling, I make a photograph.

My work explores and deconstructs the essence of both natural and urban landscapes and I am especially interested in those that can be described as unusual. Landscapes that have been overlooked, abstract moments that I discover, and spaces that harbour a heavy ambience. I am searching for places that possess a magical sense of emptiness.

I am drawn to the comforting familiarity that these places provide, along with the infinite prospect of what lies beyond them, and what that might look like.


`Oroton visited Pumphouse Point recently for a fishing lesson, lake explore and long lunch. Images captured for their Tasmanian journal posts that can be seen here.


A day on Satellite Island with Analeise Gregory of Franklin restaurant. We dived for Abalone, Crayfish and chipped off Oysters from the rocks, all cooked up into an amazing lunch on the jetty. A memorable day, indeed.


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.


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.


Architectural and interior photography of wukalina walk project — a three night, four day Aboriginal owned and operated guided walk based around the magnificent natural landscape of North East Tasmania. Designed by Tasmanian architectural practice Taylor and Hinds.


A visit to Pumphouse Point to document the new, exclusive accommodation ‘The Retreat’, designed by Tasmanian architectural practice JAWS Architects. These images were created over one day, with the dusk image created in the middle of a strong West coast rain storm.