Canberra Photographer & Stylist
I help ambitious businesses stand out from the crowd by crafting high-converting visuals!
I’m a Canberra photographer and stylist dedicated to helping businesses achieve clarity of identity and stand out from the crowd through the creating of high-converting images that drive sales, increase customer loyalty and engagement.
As a Canberra photographer I cater to a number of different photography needs, but specialise as a food photographer and have worked with brands such as Sofitel, Wendy’s, Sodastream, Vegie Delights and many more.
I also offer product photography to product based businesses and will work with you to create the perfect image that showcases your product in an eye-catching and engaging way that helps you stand out from competitors.
Although I am based in Canberra, Australia, I work with clients from all over Australia.
Interested in working together? Get in touch now and see the difference that food photography and product photography can make to your business!
I haven’t always been a photographer, in fact, my background is in IT managing software development teams with account management thrown in. I’ve always been curious about how things work and why, but could never switch off my creative side, which is what lead me into photography and styling.
What really gets me fired up? Helping people grow their business with powerful on brand images that evoke the senses, remain ingrained in memory and most importantly sell!
Isn’t it time you updated your brand visuals?
Getting to know you....
“In order to be irreplaceable, one must be different.”
– Coco Chanel
My Life in France by Julia Child.
What do you collect?
Props such as vintage and antique kitchen items.
Champagne is always my first choice. If that’s not available a Margarita with resposado tequila and heavy on the lime!
Favourite TV series binge?
Seinfeld (how can you not love that show!!) The Expanse. Downton Abbey. Rick Stein’s Secret France or Long Weekends.
Jazz – particularly anything by Mary Lou Williams, Dorothy Donegan, Dizzy Gillespie, and Frank Sinatra