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.
Today I took some photos of Moto Vecchia cafe in Rosny Park, just six minutes from Hobart's city centre. What an awesome place. The decor is amazing, almost as amazing as the story behind the people. Run by Natalie and Melissa, it is an homage to their family members...read more
The other day I did a couple of courses. It's always good to keep training. As a Hobart photographer, sometimes you feel that we miss out on opportunities, but Tasmania had a visit… A visit from Peter Coulson, one of Australia's leading fashion photographers. It was...read more
Scott and Jenny live in New Zealand. They flew back here to Hobart (Jen's home town) to get married at the Bahai centre and then have their reception at the Tasmania Golf Club. One of the nicest things for me on the day, was meeting their friends and family who had...read more
White Sands Estate is at Iron House Point near Falmouth on Tasmania's east coast. Such a great place to have a wedding, especially with this lovely couple who had invited me along to take their wedding photos. The wedding had an organic theme that involved recycled...read more
The sun was making occasional appearances, it was comfortably warm and everything was going to plan, then the sky opened up and it poured - damn it! Stonefield at Brighton, is only twenty or so minutes from Hobart and is an amazing place to get married. It has...read more
Recently I was lucky enough to photograph Mitch and Mel's wedding at at the lovely Cambridge Winery that used to be called Meadowbank - it's now re-named Frogmore Creek Wines. The day was hot, but great. I have been lucky enough to hang out a bit with these guys...read more
Here is a sneak peak of Richard and Sarah's wedding from the other week at Josef Chromy Vineyard, a couple of minutes outside of Launceston. More photos to come soon... ...read more
Amit and Julia were married at St Canice in Sandy Bay here in Hobart. The ceremony was held there because the church is very special to the family. I like it when there is a greater emotional connection at a wedding, everyone seems more involved in the fun. The...read more
The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is a great place, especially for weddings. There are lots of areas with differing backgrounds that can be used to achieve differing feels when it comes to formal wedding photographs. The other aspect to the gardens that I really...read more