For all image usage, please look at my agents page first – Nature Picture Library. They have many of my images and stories available for syndication. They also represent many wonderful photographers so may have some work that fits your needs. If they don’t have an image of mine that you have seen, please feel free to contact me directly via email at ‘info [at]’. As I am in the field often, it is sometimes difficult to answer emails quickly so I apologise for that, but please be patient, I will get back to you. If urgent and my image agent can not help you, please note that in the header, why and the timeline.   

    Being a professional photographer, I generally will not provide my images for free, however I may help out not-for-profits with discounts, the amount depending upon factors like use, size of the organisation, whether people in the organisation are paid etc.

    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. 


    I am available for select assignment work (primarily conservation, wildlife and animal welfare) and also for public speaking. To discuss opportunities, please drop me an email on
    ‘info [at]’


    With my photography credentials and formal teaching qualifications (Diploma of Education), I can help photographers at all levels. In addition to the occasional workshop facilitated by other organisations, from time to time upon request, I may run a variety of small workshops/classes for small groups or individuals. For example:

> 1 – The Basics
2 – Using Light and Composition
> 3 – Getting Great Travel Images

> Wildlife and Nature Photography Masterclass
> Getting Great Pictures In Extreme Outdoor Environments
> Photo-documenatry – creating a photo essay
> Judging wildlife photography

Melbourne Zoo workshops
> Melbourne Zoo Walking Workshop

Just for interest
> Why Images Are More Powerful Than Words

One-one-one coaching
I am also happy to provide one-on-one coaching with a focus on conservation and wildlife related photography as well as photo-documentary. Rates are Aus$150/hour (ex GST) excluding travel time @$60/hour, with a minimum of 2 hours.


1: When words let us down – The importance of framing
Please click on the following link to find out why I hate the term ‘habitat loss’ and why we should use ‘habitat destruction’ instead.

2:Behind the lens
Please click on the link here here if you’d like to see my approach (some technique and thinking) in getting an image of the magnificent Boyds Forest Dragon (Hypsilurus boydii).

3: How it was taken
Please click on the link at the end of this if you’d like to see the background to taking, and the post-processing involved, to get my awarded image of a southern royal albatross titled A Royal in Waiting.

4: What’s possibly the most important question to ask yourself before taking a photo?
Please click here for some of my thoughts on the what I feel is the most important question you can ask yourself before taking a photo, and why.