How did you get your start in photography?
I grew up in Australia and had a K1000 that I used to carry around with me everywhere and shoot mainly abstract landscapes. When I was younger it didn't seem like an option to do this as a career and make a living out of it especially growing up in a small town.
After studying in Perth I moved to London to begin assisting, I worked with various fashion and beauty photographers before being offered a full time position as Sølve Sundsbø's first assistant. I stayed with Sølve for 4 years and then started out on my own.
Who have you shot for?
I have two stories coming out this month, one for L'Express Style and one for Italian Vogue online. I have worked with designers including Thom Browne, Christian Louboutin, Preen and Todd Lynn on commercial projects.
I am still very new and constantly working on new projects and new collaborations.
Do you have a favorite and why?
I always love working with Thom Browne as he is always pushing the boundaries and I find what he does so inspiring.
In London I love working with Todd Lynn as it's a very creative and inspiring process and I always love his collections.
Do you have an inspiration?
It changes all the time but generally film and art are the biggest inspirations for me.
I really love Valerie Hegarty at the moment and I also like the Sam Taylor Johnson images of Coco Chanel's apartment.
In fashion/art photography I love Viviane Sassen's work she brings a whole new style and aesthetic to the table especially in advertising.
In film I recently enjoyed The Rover by David Michod who also directed Animal Kingdom as it's shot so beautifully.
Favorite thing to shoot?
Anything that challenges me creatively!