My dad gave me my first camera when I was twelve years old and I fell in love with photography. I took my trusty Kodak Instamatic everywhere we travelled – from Algonquin Park to Australia – capturing memories and painstakingly applying the rule of thirds (“because developing is expensive and you don’t want to waste a shot”).
I’ve long since moved on to new and better equipment but my love of travel has remained the same. Beyond satisfying my sense of adventure, travel photography has opened my eyes to both the beauty and the cruelty of the world; it has enabled me to explore new landscapes, to examine new perspectives and to appreciate the many ways in which we are all connected.
My work has been published in both Photolife Magazine and The Grief Diaries. It has placed first in the Spark Photography Juried Exhibition, 2015; third in the Show Time Photography Contest, 2015 and was awarded 5 Honourable Mentions in the Worldwide WOW Photography Contest, 2016.
High resolution prints are avaiable for all images. Contact me for more information.