Making photos, not just taking photos.Having your photo taken should be fun. It's the past being able to be seen in the future, don't miss out on recording your world. Regrets come by missing out...
Forging ahead in business is getting harder and harder. All businesses should have a website and that website should stand out as much as possible. To have your staff portraits taken by someone in the office just isn’t acceptable these days. Having a “snap” taken, is completely different to having your staff photo taken. You should look both authoritative and trustworthy. A great photo gets you well and truly underway. The great thing is that I come to you. Look your best…
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What I do
I think being a photographer means being able to consistently take quality photographs of people. Either as individuals or in a group.
Because I cover a lot of photographic styles, I have trained heavily in lighting. Even in the middle of the day, lighting rules every image I capture.
I am one of the lucky ones. I love my job. If I’m not taking photos for clients, either people or business, I am taking photos for me.
I enjoy capturing landscapes, textures, and special moments too. I try to always have a camera with me – you never know what is about to happen.
Based in Hobart
I am a photographer based in Hobart, but I travel quite a lot, especially around this beautiful state. I have also photographed on both mainland Australia and well as overseas.
The great thing about working in Hobart is that nothing is ever too far away. I like the travel.
I photograph and sell stock images on what are referred to as Micro-Stock sites. I post photos and you can download them (I get a percentage of that purchase). If you click on the above image you can view a gallery on just one of the sites that I contribute to. Feel free to contact me directly if there is something there that you like.
This wedding was fun. I knew the bride and her family, I like them all. The forecast for Hobart was windy... really windy! Luckily both the wedding ceremony and wedding reception were being held at Frogmore Creek Winery. One of the many nice things about Frogmore, is...read more
A cool winter wedding. Sometimes you meet two lovely people who you just know are so suited to each other, that it's crazy. Paul and Elbie are so in love. They have great families and super duper friends. I photographed their wedding in a nice Church in Kingston, and...read more
I like wedding days that are in old and beautiful spaces. This day had an old church, an old gaol, an old bridge and an old jam factory. History everywhere. The day had crisp clean skies and the air was warm. People had travelled from all over to witness Marcus and...read more
I love the Tasman Peninsula. I have worked and stayed there a lot recently while doing corporate work. It was nice to do another wedding there, this time at the glorious Stewarts Bay Lodge. A glorious day in a beautiful setting always makes for a great wedding. Shane...read more
Recently, I photographed a wedding at Tarraleah Lodge. Wow, wow and wow! What a place... I haven't been there since I was on a school trip in grade 5. It's not what I remember at all. This "village" is in the perfect location. Miles from anywhere and fully self...read more
This week, Hobart was lucky to host the General Practice Education & Training conference (GPTEC). Over 500 delegates from around the country visited to discuss their capacity and options, while learning new techniques and planning new strategies for the future....read more
On Saturday night, I was lucky enough to capture the inaugural Speak Up Stay ChatTy charity ball held in Princess Wharf No.1 - it was amazing. It had everything; a touching story told beautifully by a brave man, a nationally famed comedian, the...read more
As a photographer on a wedding day, you tend to spend your time pacing yourself. Professional cameras and lenses are heavy, really heavy and I take thousands of images during the day which means a lot of arm curls (each of my cameras weigh 6+ kg) and hundreds of...read more
For the first time in perhaps 20 years, I had a great reason to go to the Salmon Ponds at Plenty in southern Tasmania. I was there for Jake and Jess' wedding. The rehearsal was a few days before and reminded me of what a traditional English country garden looks like....read more