Resting Dragon, the whole story.

October 14, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
It is with great pleasure that I can finally announce that my image "Resting Dragon" is included in this years Lumix People Choice Awards as part of the Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year for 2020. Out of nearly 50,000 entries entered into this prestigious competition, there are only 25 images selected to be part of the peop...
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Highly Commended NHM WPY 56

September 01, 2020  •  1 Comment
I am extremely honoured and excited to share the news that I have been included in the Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year for 2020. My image "Peeking Possum" has been awarded highly commended in the urban wildlife category. Now in its 56th year, NHM WPY is the most prestigious and well respected nature photography competition...
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A Peeking Possum

June 30, 2020  •  2 Comments
This week, the shortlist for the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year was announced and I am honoured to have another two images accepted this year. One of those two images is of a brushtail possum looking down on a caravan with a teenager sitting outside who is surprise, surprise, spending time on their phone. I have had a few...
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Dawn of a Dingo Day

June 14, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Dawn of a Dingo Day I received a wonderful gift from the Australian Dingo Foundation today. I am so pleased to say that some of my dingo images have been used by Josef Lasarow from Great Ocean Road Wildlife Park in his wonderful new book on dingoes. In the words of Josef "Most Australians are unaware of the vital role the dingo plays within the A...
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A Rainbow of Bee-eaters

June 01, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Have you ever wondered how and why I spend so much time out in the Great Sandy Desert in Western Australia? Ross Bilton, from "The Australian" newspaper caught up with me for a chat and explains everything in a well written piece in "Heart of the Nation". If you missed the article you can look for it online. The Australian newspaper has a massive...
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