Over the past two decades I've worked for every major newspaper in the UK and Australia (from the Daily Mail and

The Times to the Sydney Morning Herald) and news agencies including CEN, AAP and Bloomberg.​ 

I've covered almost every conceivable news genre/event - from tracking down Idi Amin's son in Uganda (for The Mail on Sunday) to crawling into the claustrophobic sewers of Bucharest for a reportage on homeless families seeking warmth in the depths of winter (for The Sunday Telegraph) and helping to bust a Mafia baby smuggling ring in Italy. I've also worked for women's magazines (New Idea, Women's Day, Grazia and Marie Claire) - shooting at-home and studio-based exclusives with A-list 

celebrities. Having started my career as a journalist at The Courier-Mail in Brisbane (News Corp), I was promoted to bureau chief before deciding to get behind the camera (the same year Nikon brought out its very first digital SLR, the D1).

I'm still producing words & pictures exclusives, such as the recent shoots in Canada and Morocco featured on my website (you can read the full stories online). I'm currently working for 

London's largest daily newspaper and am always itching for the next adventure. Preferably somewhere warm.