With a love for the human story and those tiny ordinary moments that make up our day; story telling and documentary photography was a natural place to fall into.
By using photographic narratives, those loves are heightened. Allowing an ability to show the true depth and intimacy of a subject, simply by taking notice of those gentle details that make us up collectively as humans. This is where the good stuff lies- the everyday, the odd and those subtleties that often go unnoticed.
With a combination of trust, a love of natural light and a good strong coffee, stories are told. Whether it's a tiny snippet, a captured moment, or a long reoccurring theme; small stories, tall stories and all the stories in between. Everyone has an evolving one and sometimes they need sharing.
With three young kids, I'm often exploring many of my own emerging stories, however I’d love to hear from you; to find out about your story. If you have one that you would like explored, shared or perhaps have some collaboration/commission ideas, please do get in contact.
Previous and ongoing work has been featured in print, online, while also held in both public and private collections. Covering a variety of subjects from- community strengthening, birth, sustainability, food, commercial, and the ever alluring sea. Editorial work can be found via Earth Garden Magazine, Milkwood.net, Organic Gardener, Pip Magazine, ABC Gardening Australia, Pathways to Family Wellness, Kidspot, and cityhippyfarmgirl.com.
September 2018- Print Swap Exhibition, Photoville, NYC USA
May 2018- President Prize/Head On, Parliament (NSW) AUS
May 2018- Solo exhibition The Sunrise Swimmers as part of Arts For Health JHH (NSW) AUS
May 2018- Finalist Capture Magazine: Emerging Photographer Documentary/Photojournalism AUS
Apr 2018- Head On Finalist (Landscape) AUS
Feb- April 2018- Solo exhibition The Sunrise Swimmers, Newcastle, AUS (supported by Olympus Imaging Australia)
Feb 2018- Book release The Sunrise Swimmers
2017- Honourable Mention- Pat Skinner Award
2017- Sheridan Evans Art Award