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Australia’s rugged landscape is an important part of my life and over many years I have developed the necessary skills and stamina to explore some of the more remote parts of it on foot, ski, kayak and rope. I usually travel alone so I can take my time capturing the essence of these places without distraction. Life slows down and after a while I feel like I begin to merge with the land, nature takes me into her confidence and changes me. Preserving these areas is very close to my heart and if my pictures can instil an appreciation for these environments and their intrinsic worth then all the better.

Melbourne's Waterfalls

314 Waterfalls within 100km of Melbourne

When I started this project if someone had told me there was a 75 metre high unmapped waterfall within 100km of a city of four million people I wouldn’t have believed them. The fact that this is merely the tip of the iceberg has been a revelation. 

Melbourne's Waterfalls is a three volume set available individually or as a box set.

The Prom

Wilsons Promontory National Park


Wilsons Promontory is the southern most point of mainland Australia and was one of the first national parks declared in this country. It is a particularly stunning bit of coastline and between 1991 and 2010 I undertook numerous trips exploring and photographing its beauty. 

'The Prom' is an 80 page, soft cover landscape photography book, 8”x10” in size with 107 of my best Prom shots, an essay by Graeme Wheeler, five maps and a short history.