Melbourne VIC, Australia
I'm a Melbourne based photographer that works mainly in the areas of sport, photojournalism and editorial photography.
I graduated Photography Studies College with an Advanced Diploma of Photography.
My editorial work is published in newspapers, magazines as well as web sites all over the world.
My passion for sport has seen me photograph many major events including AFL football, Horse Racing, International Cricket, Motor Sport, Tennis and A-League. I currently work as a stringer for Getty Images , AFL Photos and Fairfax Media that includes work for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald.
2014 - The Quills
- Breaking news
Protesters march through the streets on April 10, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia. The gathering is part of ongoing protests against government plans to close down remote indigenous communities in Western Australia. These remote communities house more than 12,000 aboriginal people
You gotta have Faith
83-year-old Indigenous woman Faith Thomas visited Indigenous cricket's Imparja Cup in Alice Springs in February 2015 to inspire the next generation of Indigenous cricketers.
Faith was the first Aboriginal woman to play international cricket for Australia; indeed, she was the first indigenous woman to be selected to play any sport for Australia. In 2004, she was still the only Aboriginal woman to represent Australia in cricket. Thomas played cricket, along with hockey and squash, while training in Adelaide to be a nurse. (She was one of the first Aboriginal nurses to graduate from the Royal Adelaide Hospital; she went on to be the first to a hospital.)