Category Archives: Personal Work

I’ve just begun ‘The Masculinity Project’, an interview-based portrait series asking men, “what does masculinity mean to you?” Its current home is on Instagram @the_masculinityproject and after my first subject’s beautiful response (below), I am so excited to watch this project grow. “I’ve always been more comfortable in the company of females than males, and […]

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I was thrilled to recently win third prize in the Picturing Footscray Photography Prize 2018. https://tinyurl.com/y8wno3vq The theme was ‘Old and New’ so I submitted an image of my then eight-year-old son, a new resident of Footscray at the time, in front of the Bunbury Street Bridge which was built in 1928. Out of 170 […]

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It’s true. The future, although not actually here yet, is not what it used to be. I thought I knew what lay ahead. I really did. But I was very, very wrong. The shock of that was difficult to cope with for a really long time. The sudden uncertainty threw me violently off kilter and […]

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Did you know? There is beauty in darkness. Low light is my new toy and I am utterly enchanted with it. Events of this past year, the most horrendous of my life, have forced me to reconsider my direction as a photographer. I sought answers about my future, and when I was ready, I got them. The half light […]

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