My projects have taken me through developing countries, isolated indigenous tribes and off the grid communities such as grave yard slums. Within these environments I have spent time with individuals and communities learning about their ways of life, the challenges they face and capturing the beauty that makes them unique. I have been fortunate enough to share these stories and hope that my photography reflects the challenging issues, experiences and events unforeseen in the modern world.
Samsung & Vice group show - Gus Fisher gallery
People’s Choice Group Exhibition – Sanderson Gallery Newmarket, Auckland.
Chekhov's Moon - Tacit gallery, Hamilton
Vice: The Female Face of a Remote New Zealand Outpost - Sep, 2018
Vice: New Zealand prime minister, Baby meets the world - June, 2018
Vice: The Final Days of Auckland's Inner-City Slum – July, 2017
Vice: In Photos: Kids of New Zealand's Horse Tribe – June, 2017
Stuff: Voluntourism: A new wave of travel – August, 2016
Vice: The Kiwi Photographer Who Lived in a Filipino Graveyard – June, 2016