I provide photography and videography coverage for all sorts of public events, actions, protests and activist movements across Naarm (Melbourne) and throughout Victoria. If it’s photography coverage you’re after that’s for a cause – get in contact and if I’m available, I’ll be there.
I’ve worked with numerous social justice movements and advocacy groups to ensure their events and actions receive fair coverage and to help drum up publicity for their causes, which traditional and mainstream media often ignore.
While giving voice to often ignored causes is important; of equal importance, I believe, is subverting expectations about what advocacy and activism is, and the people who participate in movements are, supposed to look like.
I’m one of the most regarded and capable photographers in Victoria.
I’m a member of the Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA).
As I believe this work is important, it’s done nominally free of charge for movements and good causes – though I do encourage those who can afford it to pay my normal hourly rates.
Wait, for free? How does this work?
Enough money is made from other areas of the business and through voluntary donations and contributions, allowing this service to be provided free of charge (or at substantially reduced rates) to eligible groups.
Publications and media outlets where my work has appeared (both print and online):
- 7News Melbourne
- Independent Australia
- The Conversation
- Geelong Advertiser
- Warrnambool Standard
- Colac Herald
- Guardian Australia
- Green Left
- Red Flag
- Mornington Peninsula Magazine