I produce long-form photographic essays that are faithful to the people and stories I document.

I have spent a decade in the USA, Peru, Cuba, and Australia photographing the lives of a wide variety of people.

I am currently in post-processing for a story about the Stolen Generations, the Aboriginal people of Australia who were taken from their families an an effort to disconnect them from their culture and country and make them “white”. The project is called Aftershock, the first story for which is titled The Long Goodbye.

Previously, I completed a photographic documentary about the reality of veterinary practice, called SO MANY OTHER THINGS. It was shot over a year and released on September 24, 2018.

I spent from 2012 to 2015 on a story, LIFELINE, documenting music and friendship in an Australian heavy metal band, FRANKENBOK. The result was produced as a limited release, crowd funded physical book (also freely available as a PDF).

Other stories I've photographed over the last decade can be found in the ARCHIVE.