Social Media Portrait Project

Portraits, headshots, profile photos. Whatever you want to call them, I want to take more of them. If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram, or are friends with me on Facebook, I want to take yours. So, between now and January 26, 2016, I’m going to have a small studio set up at home […]

Vulcana Women’s Circus

I go the Brisbane Powerhouse a lot. And there’s always something happening in that first building near the car park. It’s the home of Vulcana Women’s Circus, and on Saturday night I photographed their latest show, Tipping Point.

Mountain Biking Friday

Sometimes, not having a regular day job has its benefits. Like spending the morning with a mate who has a day off work and taking photos of him mountain biking.

Brisbane Airport Barista Competition

The 2015 Brisbane Airport Barista Competition brought together the best baristas from across the International and Domestic terminals. I was there to capture all the action for Brisbane Airport Corporation. Congratulations to Vicky from Hudsons Coffee for taking out the win.

Facebook ‘Boost Your Business’

I was engaged by Our Friends Electric to photograph a Facebook event for small business in Caboolture. The event was full of great advice for businesses to increase their engagement with existing and potential customers using their Facebook pages. Along with presenters from Facebook, special guests included local member of parliament Wyatt Roy, Harry Carew […]

Crescent Dawn

“What brings you to Crescent Head today?” asked the receptionist when checking me in at the motel. “Nostalgia, mostly”. Looking back towards the beach and the surf club Crescent Head was the location of Carney family holidays for most of my teenage years. We would often share a rental house with the Briggs Family (Matt’s […]


The sea was angry that day, my friends. Like an old man trying to send back soup in a deli.

Kangaroos in the Rain

I bought a new tent. And a new sleeping mat. I made plans. I was going to camp and photograph my way down the NSW Mid-North Coast. The weather had other ideas.┬áSo, in the end, I drove to Newcastle and visited my parents. Today, I began the drive home, choosing to take some coastal back […]

Blue Serenity

Paragliding strikes me as one of those sports that could either be very exciting and nerve-wracking, or really serene and relaxing. These gliders were over the Carlo Sandblow at Rainbow Beach.