Monsoon Aquatics

Last week I was fortunate to work with Monsoon Aquatics – a leading supplier of premium hand-picked Australian coral and marine life – to photograph some of their staff and processes at their Cairns facilities.  It’s a fairly unique business in that involves collecting, storing and supplying coral to retailers in Australia and public aquariums …

Knight Frank

Eagle Accounting

Keir Qld

Burkin Svendsens

Erub Island Artists

On a Torres Strait island, a stone’s throw from PNG, a transformation of kinds is happening: something destructive and ugly is being turned into something very uplifting and beautiful.  Erub Island artists are creating fantastic artworks inspired by the surrounding reef, using materials foraged from “ghost nets” – fishing nets that are lost or abandoned …

Crowe Horwath

National Broadband Network

I recently had the chance to capture some of the beauty of day-to-day life in the Cairns region for a client on behalf of the National Broadband Network (NBN).  The brief was to show off its landscapes, its people and its community, for a social media campaign that would encourage more Australians to make an …


Last week I was kept busy with early learning shoots for Pelicans Childcare.  With the images, I’ve tried to maintain a style that very much reflects the focus on discovery, learning and friendship which is the hallmark for Pelicans.  In photography terms, it was all about keeping it as unobtrusive as possible and capturing those …

Aurukun School

Grant Thornton

Elders Real Estate

The Straits

One of the first TV series I ever worked on was The Straits – a unique Australian drama filmed in Cairns, the Torres Strait Islands and other locations in North Queensland. Shot over three months in late 2011, it first screened back in early 2012, but has recently been given a second airing on the …