I have my folks to thank for my affinity with visual language and story telling.

As kids my sister and I were always around film sets, in edit suites and art making spaces. As I watched my sharp TV producer/director father and passionate artist mother work their worlds’ informed mine.

But it wasn’t until my late twenties, after stints in fashion, food and frivolity that I found my image-making groove. 

I got serious about shooting stills while finishing my journalism/sociology degree in the US - I was hooked.

And upon returning home I scored a rare-as-hens-teeth staff position as (the first female) news photographer at Hobart’s metropolitan daily newspaper - The Mercury. It was 2005. I learnt on the job ... my moto became ‘tight, light and bright'. 

I've flown over burning Tasmanian wilderness, jogged with an Australian Prime Minister, swung from the mast of a 40 ft racing yacht and captured countless amazing people with incredible stories to tell and my news work was published Australia-wide. 

But there was something missing … I bought a one-way ticket to Europe and set off to find meaning … and my voice as an image maker.

8 years, many countries and 1 new human later I returned to my practice with renewed verve and a much stronger sense of why I do what I do.

And these days I create at a gentler pace - my process is thoughtful, conceptual and deliberate. I’m entranced with shape, form and contrast. I play with light and shadow, colour and texture, stillness and motion. My work is graphic, bold and emotional.

I’ve also added shooting, directing and producing video and stop motion works to my swag of creative offerings.

I want to work with people that care … on projects that matter - environmentally, socially, politically, and emotionally. I desire work that elevates the heart with people who love what they do, make, create, serve, teach, grow and live. 

Lets collaborate on your story … get in touch.

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