As I am in the field often, it’s sometimes difficult to answer emails quickly. I apologise for that, but please be patient, I will get back to you. My email is email@example.com
Some of my work is available for purchase, with prices ranging from around Aus $250 to $1,000 (exc. tax and postage and handling), depending upon print size and postage. Maximum print size does vary due to factors such as the camera used at the time, the lighting conditions and whether the final image was cropped. As such, to discuss any potential print purchase, please drop me a note with the image name and the longest edge length you are considering.
Endangered and rare (limited edition) large fundraising prints
As the moments I capture are often fleeting and never seen again, and as some species sadly start disappearing, I have selected several images to be limited edition, larger size prints (approx 1m-1.5m long edge including border) for around $1500 (exc. tax and postage and handling. 50% of profits for the sale of these images will then be donated to environmental not-for-profits* to help ensure future generations may also have the chance to see what I have seen. Please drop me an email to to get access to the link to see these prints and specific pricing details.
SINGLE IMAGE USAGE:
Many of my images are available for single use in publications/web and price range between Aus $250 to Aus $1,000/single use (excluding tax). This fee is normally significantly discounted however for non-government not-for-profit organisations.
Some of my images are also available for licence exclusively through National Geographic creative, however if you drop me a note on the image (or type of image) you may be interested in, I can let you know.
ASSIGNMENT WORK AND SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES:
I am available for select assignment work and also for public speaking on ‘Conservation photography’ and ‘The power imagery in driving change’.
To discuss either of these, please drop me an email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
*WWF, Environment Victoria and the Australian Conservation Foundation.