Awarded 3 x Silver awards at the AIPP NSW state awards 2015

Privileged to be awarded 3 x silvers at the AIPP NSW state awards with some shots from places visited last year. The awarded photographs include a humpback whale, a whale shark and a monitor lizard.

Silver-Awards-AIPP-NSW Whale shark humpback whale

The AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photography) is the largest member organisation for professional photographers, who must pass a rigorous AIPP accreditation process in order to be a part of this exclusive club. The purpose of the awards is to promote creativity and innovation in image making. It is judged across several categories, including Impact, Creativity & Style, Composition, Image or Print Presentation, Centre of Interest, Lighting, Colour Balance, Technical excellence, Photographic Technique and Story Telling & Subject Matter. I am privileged to receive these awards in the NSW category.


You can see some of my other awards here.


Gold at the AIPP APPA 2012 Awards

I was very excited to receive a gold award in the Science, Environment & Nature category at the Australian Professional Photography awards today (AIPP APPA). The Australian Professional Photography Awards are held annually and showcase some of the best work in Australia. I feel very privileged to have received 2 silver awards and a coveted gold award in this category.

The AIPP APPA awards are Australia’s pre-eminent professional photography event, seeking to reward current Australian image making and talented photographers.

(sperm Whale) All images taken under a special permit granted by the Regiao Autonoma Dos Acores, Secretaria Regional Do Ambiente E Do Mar, Dreccao Regional do Ambiente. 

Canon AIPP APPA Competition 2012

Epson World shootout 2011

Epson World Shootout 2011 Prize

Just found out that I won third prize in the Epson World Shootout Underwater Grand Prix for 2011 for the wide angle category. There were some great entries for this event and I feel privileged to be awarded along side some amazing photographers. you can checkout some of the photos at the World Shoot out website. The shot below was taken in swallows cave in Vava’u Tonga and no matter how many times I come back to Tonga this is always a favourite spot for taking photos. and special thanks to my model Rebecca Hayter for patiently holding her breath so I could capture the light and colour.

Epson World shootout 2011

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