I am a photographer and videographer who works in communications for issues relating to animals, the environment and human rights. I believe that visual storytelling can help to create the radical change that is needed in today's world.
My creative work has been published globally alongside campaigns for social change with some of the world's leading advocacy organisations. I hold a B.S. in Animal Science and a Dip. in Creative Arts from The University of Melbourne, a M.A. in Science Communication Natural History Filmmaking from The University of Otago, NZ and a CASA Commercial Drone License. In 2013, I received a scholarship and graduated as a fellow of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership.
In 2011, I co-founded, Fair Projects, we offer professional quality media and communications to advocacy organisations around the world. I have spent a lot of my time at sea producing media and developing the communication strategies with Sea Shepherd. I work in photography, videography, drone imaging and communications between Fair Projects, Sea Shepherd and freelance projects. View a selection of my work, here.
I am based in Melbourne and living on the Surf Coast. I am currently working as the Director of Communications for Sea Shepherd Australia. Get in touch here.