Photography Blog 2017-08-30T13:39:38+00:00



My photography career has spanned over 44 years and over that time as a professional photographer I have accumulated manny images of documentary, corporate, advertising and portraits of people. Each image has a story and now I wish to share some of these with you. Thank you for you interest!
The following events are true and actually happened.

Steven Berkoff

QPAC South Bank 25 Year Anniversary Shoot MARCH 1992 It was almost exactly 25 years ago, in March 1992, I was commissioned by QPAC to photograph portraits of Steven Berkoff an English character actor, author, playwright and theatre director. As an actor, he is best known for his performances in villainous roles, such as Lt. Col Podovsky in Rambo: First Blood Part II, General Orlov in the James Bond film Octopussy, Victor Maitland in Beverly Hills Cop and Adolf Hitler in the TV mini-series War and Remembrance. I

Micah Projects Board of Directors and more……

MICAH PROJECTS BOARD OF DIRECTORS ANNUAL REPORT 2015 - 16 This year when I was asked to photograph the Board of Directors for Micah Projects annual report, I was determined to say goodbye to the boring boardroom group photograph.  I decided to offer the team a challenge to an exciting new experience. The result speaks for its self, our board members could not withhold their enthusiasm, the delight of the moment bonding them together, their faces revealing their pleasure as they happily grouped together within the street environment. Days later the board members were

ASHTON CIRCUS backstage…..

DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY Ashton Circus Brisbane 1988 It was 1988 with no digital photography in sight, as a photographer I was shooting on my Hasselblad, a self-employed commercial and advertising photographer. I spotted a poster, the circus was coming to town. Child hood memories flooded back of the days as children we would run down to the local park to witness the circus carnival unloading the trucks, putting up the tents, walking the elephants and feeding the animals, so exciting to a child! I was determined as an adult to explore these nomadic people