I am constantly curious, caffeine addicted, and a mass hoarder of images. My journey painting with light started when I was a kid. As a high school student, I could usually be found in the darkroom, and I've been behind the camera almost ever since then.

I formalised my passion by graduating from Photography Studies College, Melbourne, in 2011 with an Advanced Diploma in Photography, majoring in Photojournalism. Since then, photography has taken me across Australia and throughout Southeast Asia.

My work has been featured in publications such as The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, Foreign Policy, Australian Financial Review, Yen, The Weekly Review, and many more. My clients have included the Australian Red Cross, Murdoch Children's Research Institute, Anglicare Victoria, the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Victorian Healthcare Association, East Timor Hearts Fund, and the Victorian Multicultural Commission.

I currently hold a day job at a not-for-profit, where I create compelling content to drive engagement on critical social issues. While working full-time, I continue to maintain my passion for capturing moments that tell powerful stories and resonate with people.

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