Don't Just Tell Them, Show Them - National Gallery of Victoria collection

Three prints from my Don't Just Tell Them, Show Them series have recently been acquired by the National Gallery of Victoria for their permanent collection



Leica Akademie Workshops / 2017

Up-coming Leica Australia Akademie workshops

Melbourne (1 day workshop) - 12th February
Sydney (1 day workshop) - 15th April
Fremantle (2 day workshop) - 22nd & 23rd April

More details on the Leica Australia Akademie website:


Eater Magazine story / Dec 2016

I recently photographed a story about the restaurant scene here in Melbourne for US online magazine Eater. To read the full article follow the link below:



Interview with Vice Magazine / November 2016

Recent interview with Vice Magazine Australia. Read here:





Bangkok, Thailand workshop. / January, 2016

I’m running a 4 day street photography workshop with fellow photographer Matt Stuart in Bangkok, Thailand in January 2016. Dates are the 11-14th of January and more details can be found HERE

Leica Q – Australian Ambassador. / June 24, 2015

I was fortunate enough to be asked by Leica Australia to shoot with the new Leica Q camera in the lead up to it’s release in early June. I spent 7 days with the camera out on the streets of Melbourne. The photos were used to promote the camera with it’s Australian release. A short documentary showing me at work with the camera was also filmed.


Images from Don’t Just Tell Them, Show Them are on show as part of the Island – Australia exhibition in Dublin as part of the PhotoIreland. Curated by Claire Monneraye from the ACP, the exhibition includes works by Markus Andersen, Katelyn Jane-Dunn, Charles Kasprzak, Kristian Laemmle-Ruff, Jesse Marlow, Raphaela Rosella, Chris Round, David Maurice Smith, Juliet Taylor and Wouter Van De Voorde. The exhibition is at The Copper House Gallery and runs from the 4th – 31st July. More details HERE

Chapter House Laneway – Hoarding installation  / June 23, 2015

To coincide with the Chapter House Lane Annual Fundraiser, some of my older B+W street photos of Melbourne have been pasted up and exhibited on the temporary hoarding installation space in the laneway. Chapter House Lane, Melbourne.