My weak spot.
What can I say? I adore freckles.
Beautiful, endearing and a unique reminder of the endless Aussie summer.
A new attitude.
Australia’s second largest telco had a new goal: To be the people’s champion.
I’ve captured a collection of playful portraits epitomising the energy and optimism of Optus’ new identity.
Connecting a community.
The Australian Graphic Design Association needed a set of bold, graphic portraits that would help re-position the brand.
Celebrating the individual.
CommBank wanted to attract new talent and celebrate all their great people while they were at it.
Over the past two years I’ve shot portraits that present CommBank staff as bright, well-rounded people thriving in an environment that encourages individuality.
From the ground up.
My brief was to shoot from a ‘feet on the ground’ perspective – showing the human side of new mining company South32.
Travelling across Australia and South Africa I captured machines, execs, labourers and landscapes.
Capturing those little moments.
You know? The one’s that make life great and make it easy to picture yourself living somewhere new.
A snapshot of agency life.
When branding agency Re: started work on the first issue of a promotional book for the agency, they asked me to capture the vibe of a busy design studio at work.
Got your back.
Portraits of White Ribbon ambassadors.
These are some of the men who recognise the importance of taking responsibility and playing a leadership role in preventing men’s violence against women.
Bum fluff, bushy beards and Bondi beach.
There’s no denying it, beards are definitely having a moment right now.
Capturing the trend that had taken over the Eastern suburbs of Sydney and beyond… this project is still growing.
Late night tales.
Dancing around after dark, I love the music and the DJs.
These portraits celebrate those times and the people that helped make them.