I am an Australian born, London based documentary photographer and visual storyteller. 

I'm fascinated by people, their stories, and our relationships both with each other and our environment. Many of the themes addressed in my work are ones which highlight our interconnectedness (regardless of who we are or what we do) and examine how some of our actions and decisions have repercussions beyond what most of us imagine. 

My background is finance and economics, having worked in the city of London for six years as a trader after graduating from university. Disillusioned by the many injustices that surrounded me, I decided to leave to follow my passion for photography, writing and social causes. I now hold a Masters in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism from the University of Westminster.

I was selected as one of the 25 best visual storytellers of 2014 by Lensculture for my project 'Gold Fever'.

I love music and dancing, being surrounded by friends and family, snowboarding and diving, to travel (who doesn't), have an inordinate love of (good) tomatoes and think that London in the summertime in pure magic.