Lunch Break Headshots

I met up with Deborah who needed fresh corporate shots before starting her new role next week. In a short 45 minutes during her lunch break, we took a stroll around her office through the back streets of Darlinghurst and Hyde Park managing not only to avoid the wind tunnels thereby keeping her hair neat throughout the session but also nailed 14 or so different backdrops for her to pose in front of.

This winter, I am offering a Winter Special Outdoor Corporate Profile Photography Package: AUD $200 for a 45 mins session. For more info:


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The Love Boat Proposal

Hansen spent the past few months since the passing of the Same Sex Marriage law orchestrating an elaborate proposal to his partner of 16 years.

Brad arrived at Blackwattle Bay to find himself being serenaded by Hansen’s entire team from Different Strokes Dragon Boat Club as they paddle to shore all dressed in white and matching bow ties singing Bruno Mars’ Marry You.

Congratulations boys so happy for you both cheers to a future of love ❤️, commitment  and happiness.


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Corporate Lookbook

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “corporate headshots”? Perhaps you think of words like boring, traditional, stale, stiff, or forced. But it doesn’t have to be that way. I like to combine editorial style with corporate style to make great profile shots.

Typical corporate headshots are usually taken quickly, so, more often than not, they result in fake, uninspiring smiles. To get shots with relaxed, natural expressions, I like to spend a little time chatting to my clients before even coming up with a location or background for the shot. People, when they’re a little bit calm tend to give you who they really are so I help people to get to that place.

Yesterday I shot some corporate profile shots for the team at Think and Grow Inc – a startup providing executive search and specialist consulting to fast growth technology and corporate customers. I loved this one of Bryn who wins with the best smile of the day!



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The Art of Plating

Some favourites from last week’s food photography session at Quest Hotel North Ryde whilst photographing the menus for their in house restaurants Atlantis Bar and Dining and Sidnees Woodfire Pizzeria.

I am a professional commercial and editorial food product photographer with over a decade of experience. I employ my studio lighting, composition and retouching expertise to create compelling food and beverage images for web and print.

I create mouth-watering photographs of food and beverages on location throughout Australia at my client’s venues as well as in my studio in Sydney. If you are a caterer, restaurant, small business, food manufacturer or food and beverage brand seeking stunning quality imagery, get in touch.


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Late Night Library | Sex in Beirut

“Love is what keeps people strong – love, sex and gratification. Through sex, we beat death. Through sex, we can exist.”
Beirut, I Love You by Zena el Khalil

On Thursday, 10th May as part of a series of Late Night Library events produced by the City of Sydney, audience were treated to readings from Lebanese writers Gibran Khalil Gibran, Zena el Khalil Artist Page as well as local narrators of SWEATSHOP – the Western Sydney Literacy Movement at Outrageous Library: Sex in Beirut.

The evening featured performances followed by Q&A with host Jenevieve Chang (The Good Girl of Chinatown); author Michael Mohammed Ahmad (The Lebs), Sheree Joseph and Omar J. Sakr (These Wild Houses), along with hip hop artist and lyrical rap talent Matuse Peace (The Travelling Stranger).

Check out the next event in this series Late Night Library: Sex in the Emerald City

Gallery commissioned by Jenevieve Chang for the City of Sydney


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Engineering Confidence with a Corporate Lifestyle Photo Shoot

Hung out with this mob of consultants from Intrax who provides comprehensive, end-to-end engineering service including: structural, civil, electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, surveying, and geotechnical engineering to building and land division clients. I was contacted by their head office in South Melbourne to get some in situ corporate lifestyle photographs of the consultants at their new Ultimo office as well as some team and interior shots.

By incorporating custom, environmental portraits of the team, Intrax would have the opportunity to show their clients not only who they are working with but how they operate as a team thereby helping the company stand out in a incredibly competitive market.


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Meet the Team | Corporate headshots for your Startup

With potential customers, investors and industry writers looking at your startup’s website, a team photos page with strong photography is essential. The “About Us” section is one of the first places people click when looking to learn about your company and is an important part of building your brand image.
I spent a super fun morning on the weekend photographing the team from Flixsense at their new office Hoist Co-Working Space by Mirvac down at the Australian Technology Park in Everleigh. The living heritage precinct combining historic rustic brickworks and industrial locomotive parts  is a perfect backdrop for my client’s tech startup on this occasion.
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Hoist Co-Working Space

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Dapper Grooms with Stylish Attention to Details

Sorting through soooo many gorgeous photos taken from the wedding of this stylish gay couple Serafin and Thai who exchanged their vows at The Grounds of Alexandria on Saturday. Am currently crushing on the boys’ on trend Louis Vuitton luxury timepieces and shirt cuff monogram embroidery.


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Dragon Boat Paddlathon | Beating the Drums for Change

Sydney held its first ever Dragon Boat Paddlathon last Sunday with over 20 crews participating in a range of 3km to 21km laps around Blackwattle Bay with the Anzac Bridge and Sydney Fish Market providing a scenic backdrop. The organisers Rally 4 Research and Sydney Zodiacs help raise well over $16,000 with all proceeds going to Black Dog Institute and Headspace . Dragon boating is an ancient chinese sport that embraces the fundamental elements of mental wellbeing at it’s core… social camaraderie, team spirit, and a sense of purpose. This event aimed to shine a spotlight on team sport for mental wellbeing. For more information on the event or donate to the above charities, please visit


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Re-Map | Putting your future on the Map

Photographed the last in a series of 3 breakfast events and one day workshops for my new client Re-Map. This morning’s session partners with Flexcareers and discusses ‘Future-Proofing Your Career’.

An informative and thought provoking presentation on the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and what that means for various roles in the job sectors. Adapt or perish? I’m interested to learn about what might be the trend for those of us working in creative fields….

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