Late last year I shot the 24 Hour Impossible Orchestra event here in Melbourne. McCann Agency who organised the event have recently published a book of my photos. See below
In May, I shot a worldwide ad-campign for the new Panasonic Lumix LF1 camera. The brief was to spend a couple of weeks on the streets of Melbourne shooting photos to be featured online and in print campaigns. A gallery of the final ten colour images and ten B+W images can be seen HERE
In mid 2012 I was one a of a few fellow Melbourne photographers commissioned to shoot publicity stills for the joint ITV and Channel 7 production Mrs Biggs. Shot on various locations throughout Melbourne and London the mini-series was based on the true story of the wife of the Great Train Robber, Ronnie Biggs. The series is currently on air here in Australia on Sunday nights at 8.30 pm
Posted on 22. Mar, 2013 in Published
My photo Ten Men from Don’t Just Tell Them, Show Them has been published by The Australian Financial Review Magazine illustrating an article about High Visability clothing in their annual Fashion edition.
Melbourne Grand Prix Boss Andrew Westacott for Capital Magazine
Tony Osmond, Head of Investment Banking Australia & New Zealand at Citigroup for Capital Magazine.
Mark Mentha and Mark Korda from KordaMentha for BOSS Magazine
Grill’d Hamburger’s Founder Simon Crowe for Boss Magazine
Onecentflights founder Mark Donazzan for BOSS Magazine
I was recently commissioned by the New York Times to shoot for their 36 Hours in Melbourne story. The feature on Melbourne appeared in the Travel section of the paper. To view a slideshow of the images click HERE and to read the article CLICK HERE
I was recently commissioned by the Le Monde weekend magazine to shoot a piece about Melbourne author Christos Tsiolkas (The Slap, Loaded) and his favourite hometown destinations.
Oculi’s - Terra Australis Incognita exhibition starts at the Monash Gallery of Art on the 27th of January. In conjunction to the exhibition, I’ll be conducting a street photography field trip in the city of Melbourne on the 3rd of March. More details on the Oculi exhibition HERE and the field trip HERE
I was recently commissioned to shoot a couple of stories for the French Magazine GEO’s special edition on Australia. The first was a story about Melbourne after recently being awarded the Most Livable City in the World title by the Economist Group’s Intelligence Unit.
The second story I worked on was about the surf industry in the Victorian coastal town of Torquay.