I first came into the Art scene in Adelaide, Australia around 2007 as a live music photographer for FASTERLOUDER. Photographing music acts such as Michael Franti, Ravi Shankar, and The Devil Wears Prada to name a few.
I had my work of local musicians photographed in RIP IT UP, DB Magazine and The Adelaide Review.
My Digital Art was first published in Merge Magazine and Excitement Machine in 2007.
Focusing more on artistic projects, I began exploring manipulated photography starting with my Geisha Series and eventually discovering Sacred Geometry.
I was bored of seeing art trends everywhere and decided I needed to create something I hadn't seen anyone else doing. I began mixing geometrical patterns and digital photography to create complex photo montages.
My influences alongside Geometry include Cinematographer Christopher Doyle and Hong Kong Film maker Wong Kar Wai.
Currently working as a Portrait Photographer and Digital Artist.
Early in 2016 I exhibited a Digital Art exhibition for the 2016 Adelaide Fringe Festival.