Born on the east coast of Australia
and raised on a diet of Skate,
the Lost Boys.
The BMX lifestyle took off and had me traveling the world for my print magazine Rebelyell BMX Magazine.
Soon after that, the lingo went from ‘bombing rails’
and ‘dodging security’
and ‘the avant-garde’ as I seek truth in the human condition, using art and fashion as vessels to communicate my story…
and unapologetic, the raw images I create today are authentically human.
Photography teaches me to embrace diversity in work and in life. I enjoy exploring the concept of beauty,
and not limiting myself to one standard by experimenting with possibilities for a more inclusive future.
I suppose, I’m still kindred of the streets,
looking to push limits.
Here is a well composed and relevant photo of the human body. This photograph also illustrates the beauty of the body as well as human nature.”Roger Ballen / Artist, Photographer
Loved how well resolved and executed this was. Loved the linear journey from art to the tar-like textures, to the casting.”Sophia Neophitou / Editor, 10 Magazine
2021 – Paris Photo Prize PX3 (honourable mention)
2020 – Paris Photo Prize PX3 (Silver)
2019 – Martin Kantor Portrait Prize (finalist)
2018 – Life Framer Awards judged by Roger Ballen (top finalist)
2018 – Percival Photographic Portrait Prize (finalist)
2012 – Monster Children Annual (finalist)
2012 / 2011 – Capture Magazine – ‘Fashion photographer of the year’
2011 – RayBan Photo Awards (finalist)
2010 – Moran Prize (semi-finalist)
2010 – Kodak Salon (finalist)
VOGUE.it, HUNGER, SCHON, 10 MAGAZINE, SHOWSTUDIOS,
i-D, iNFRINGE MAGAZINE, YEN, NUMODE, AND MEN, MALE MODEL SCENE, GLASSBOOK, SYN, QUINTESSENTIALLY ASIA
DAVID KOMA, ISTITUTO MARANGONI, NIKE, REDBULL, TOYOTA, MTV, GUINESS, VANS, GRANA, BARDOT, GUINESS, RENAULT, MTV, SONY