My interest in photography started when I was about 10 years old. My father was the photographer in our family, and he enjoyed taking 8mm home movies of our family life. My first memories of taking "serious" photographs was when I went on a school excursion down the Parramatta River to Sydney and I photographed the Gladesville Bridge and the Sydney Opera House being built. I still have those photographs, and it's a great piece of history to have.
Fast forward to today, I belong to the Castle Hill RSL Photography Club, where I have been a member since 2003. I also enjoy making audio visual using my photographs paired with music.
I am a published photographer, and in 2014 I won the Big Picture competition run by the Sydney Morning Herald. There were 2,500 entries, and I won a trip to Abu Dhabi to spend a week photographing the desert.
I was a member of the Australian Photographic Society from 2003 to 2020. During that time, I was Chair of the Audio Visual Group from 2015 to 2020.
My other love is making beautiful coffee table photo books from my travels for friends and family to enjoy. 
Please enjoy my images from around the world, and my audio visuals.
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