Since inheriting my first film camera over 25 years ago as a teenager, I’ve been honing my photographic passion and expertise. I’m classically trained in analogue photography, having achieved a B.App.Sci. in Photography from RMIT.
I was an early adopter of digital imaging, and have been at the forefront of developing photographic techniques and image editing methods to fully utilise the digital medium since.
Specialising in landscape, seascape, cityscape, and any other type of scape photography, I have more recently been exploring the possibilities of mobile phone photography, relishing the challenge of using a technically limited camera.
For the past eight years, I’ve been part of the Essendon Camera Club’s introduction to photography course leadership team, helping to develop the curriculum. However, it is my roles teaching and mentoring that I’m most passionate, sharing my knowledge and love of photography.