As a New Zealand artist, I have pushing the boundaries of my continued exploration of photography as an art medium. Since 2006, I have explored a range of photographic genres including, underwater, abstract and deadpan photography.
Currently based in the New Zealand city of Christchurch, I am nearing the last stages of documenting this city after a series of horrific earthquakes which have rocked the city since September 2010. Although I am more known for my deadpan photography, I still continue reading and experimenting with other photographic technologies and processes.
Born in Taupo, New Zealand, I was introduced to photography as a child by my father. Having lived in New Zealand for the past 10 years now, I have spent a good many years previously living in a some of the big cities of Europe, such as Berlin, London, Manchester and Glasgow.
I originally studied at the Design & Arts College of New Zealand, graduating with a Advanced Diploma in Fine Arts in June 2011. After receiving the George Pearce Art Scholarship, I went onto completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design in the November of 2012. In July 2014, I completed a Diploma in Professional Photography (on-line), through the Photography Institute of New Zealand.
My goal for the long-term future is, that I can influence some aspect in the development of photography.
My warmest wishes!