Photography

Feature Photographer on Shotkit

Shotkit lets you take a peek inside the camera bags of working professionals, and they recently published a feature about my work and my current project 360in360. This project is 4 yeas in the planning and thanks to the support of Olympus, we have had the right equipment to make this project such a success. Thanks to Shotkit for the feature.

 

Travel here Next year!

As the world changes so dramatically and international travel becomes a distant memory, finding the confidence to explore this amazing natural world when we can, might take some time. In the meantime, we want to encourage as many people as possible to #travelherenextyear and explore our backyard.

With this in mind, we are launching a series of marine life experiences and interactions found only in Australia. We are calling this “Natures Great Events” Swim with Dolphins, dive with Great White Sharks, play with sealions, come face to face with whale sharks. We want you to stay safe but also be part of the adventure in our great outdoors.

And as soon as we can welcome our international visitors again, we want them to experience our beautiful country and this world class natural wonder we call home. Australia has so much to offer and as we endeavour to make this a safe place again, we hope you can join us and explore our beautiful coastline, unique wildlife and diverse environment.

Stay safe and see you on the other side.

Art of Capturing a Heat Run awarded at Natures Best, Windland Smith Rice International Awards 2018

‘The Art of Capturing a Heat Run” has been selected as Highly Honored at the prestigious Natures Best, Windland Smith Rice International Awards 2018. This impressive display from multiple humpback whales in a competitive group, filmed from above and below the surface was a dynamic sequence to document. I jumped in the water over 20 times while being witness to some of the most powerful creatures in the animal world. truly an honour to be recognised at such a prestigious awards event.

humpback whale mother and calf photographed on tour with scott portelli in

Another year with the lovely Bucketlist Family

One of my favourite times of year in Tonga is when Garrett and his family turn up for their annual pilgrimage to swim with the whales. I love the enthusiasm and connection they have with the whales. Their bucketlist journey takes them all around the world. Their latest v-blog really captures the essence of their last trip here with us in Tonga. Can’t wait to see you guys again next season. I love this video!!