Born in Melbourne, Australia, I was introduced to my first camera at the age of twelve – a 35mm Pentax Asahi K1000, which I still proudly own. With its manual settings and interchangeable screw lenses, it was a great camera to learn the art of photography. I went on to study photography in secondary college, where I spent several years shooting black and white images and mastering the development of my 35mm film and photographs in the darkroom. However, with my love for the animal kingdom, and my awareness of how wildlife species were and still are being poorly treated through deforestation, trophy hunting and poaching, I discovered my true passion in conservation photography that I wanted to share with the world.
I have spent many years photographing wildlife in their natural habitat, focusing on endangered species to preserve the image of them in their natural habitat for future generations. I also aim to help people connect with nature and encourage the protection of all species