I was always interested in the arts when I finished school I studied nursing.
I travelled and on returning form my adventures I enrolled in photography school at a late age I was able to work in my photography business full time as a stills photographer in television, theatre photographer and other commercial work which I continue today.
How did you get into the industry?
I studied at Photographic image college back in the day of film photography when I left college I assisted photographers for a year.
And began working as a stills photographer in television Neighbours been first break.
What is the biggest difference in the industry since you were at university?
The big difference is photography changing from film –to digital.
However I still shoot film for my personal projects.
What do you do when you are not teaching?
I work from my studio in North Melbourne as a professional photographer specialising in theatre, performance and portrait photography.
What do you enjoy about teaching at Macleay?
The location is amazing and wonderful to go out with the photography students.
The support for staff and students.
What subjects do you teach at Macleay?
What is the best advice you give your students?
Shoot every day be on your camera or your phone.