I am a commercial portrait photographer based in Sydney. I specialise in creating images that capture my client’s brand personality. Whether it’s in house talent such as key staff, or professional talent hired for the assignment, I bring out the very best in that person.
I am able to build a relationship with someone quickly and to communicate what I need from them, so that they feel comfortable in front of my camera. I pride myself on being able to deliver outstanding results with the minimum of fuss.
I am trusted by iconic Australian and global brands to deliver the images that become the face of their business.
I offer professional commercial and corporate photography services to clients across a broad range of industries.
The vast majority of my work is undertaken at client premises or client sites, and I can also access a range of studios and other commercial spaces where required.
I have developed relationships with a range of highly skilled and experienced professionals in related industries, including hair and make up artists (HMUAs), stylists, assistants, digi techs, and videographers.
It’s the combination of technical expertise, creative vision, and building an elite team that enables me to help businesses and individuals stand out in a crowded marketplace and create a lasting impression on their audience.
I’d love to have a chat about how I can help you – just get in touch and we can take it from there.
HEAD OF COMMUNICATIONS
MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS
BANK OF QUEENSLAND
PRINCIPAL & FOUNDER
As a professional commercial and corporate photographer based in Sydney, I’m perfectly located to cover assignments in this beautiful and vibrant city. The cities offer hugely varied architecture while the landscapes range from deserts to tropical rainforest, and from coral reefs to mountains. “The Lucky Country” provides the perfect backdrop to just about any photography assignment.
We are based in Sydney and while most of our shoots are relatively local we do regularly travel throughout NSW, interstate and internationally for our clients.
We have some information on pricing here. For a quote please get in touch via our contact form or call us on 1300 285 198
Bring a few different outfits that have different cuts, styles and colours. Think about which parts of your body want to show off and ensure that the clothing will work.
There’s no strict definition for either term, and they are often used interchangeably along with similar terms such as professional photos or business photos.
Broadly, a headshot is more about what someone looks like and is generally a tighter shot of the head and shoulders. It is often shot against a plain background and the subject is usually looking directly at the camera. On most social media platforms the photo is square or circular.
A portrait meanwhile might show more of a person, both literally and figuratively. Crucially, a portrait will often seek to communicate more than just what someone looks like and tell us more about who they are. The setting is often environmental, such as a place of work, and might tell us about their job or role.
Headshots are well suited to social media profiles, staff photos on client communications, internal comms, or staff directories. Portraits might be used to tell a more in depth story about specific individuals and are typically used in external communications such as annual reports, PR or marketing materials.
Once we know how the photos will be used we can discuss different options with you to deliver the images you need.
We are able to arrange a hair and make-up artist to be on site for the shoot, however please note that a full makeover takes 30-45 minutes per person at a minimum. Often a quick touch up service for both men and women is all that’s needed.
Even without a professional HMUA on the shoot, we know a few tricks to help people look great (think powder, blotting tissue, lint roller, hair spray, etc).
We have professional photographic lighting equipment which we bring to your location. and can set up an “on-site” studio or we can use the office environment as the backdrop. We are often shooting on location