I currently have a limited amount of "The People's Edition" prints available to buy now.  If you are interested in prints from the rest of my Botanical Inquiry series please email me and I will get in touch with availability and pricing.

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What is The People's Edition?


Christmas gift?

I can ship framed prints within Australia in time for Christmas - but to be safe you will need to order before Dec 10th. Alternatively you can pick up from my studio in Sydney.

About Botanical Inquiry

I have been producing and exhibiting my series Botanical Inquiry since 2014 when it was first featured on The Planthunter. Since then the work has been exhibited in three solo shows and has won The Magnum and LensCulture Photography Awards 2017 (Fine Arts category, 2017) and the International Photography award (Fine Art Still life, 2015). I began shipping prints to clients all over the world and  have been thrilled to see the series featured in several international print publications and many art and design websites such as Yellowtrace and The Design Files. Apart from lovers of art, serious plant lovers from around the world have responded to the images in force – recently Fordham Press in the USA licensed an image for the cover of their academic text  “Radical Botany – Plants and Speculative Fiction”. Nerd goals!!

 This brings me joy because I’m really interested in the beauty of what is forgotten or unnoticed - and people are paying attention. My job in this crazy world is to make images that may not otherwise be seen. These images give unremarkable plants a voice and a platform to tell their story.

 The plants are collected from urban spaces around Sydney, often from nature strips, back lanes and other locations where nature is allowed to go a bit wild. 

 The background images come from various locations in around Sydney that I photograph on days with specific weather conditions and quality of light.

  I stage the images in my studio using artificial light and a “machine” that I designed  based on cinematic visual effects techniques from the pre-computer graphics era -  when you couldn't just imagine something and make it in a computer, you had to CRAFT something with your hands. What you see is pretty much what my camera sees – the images aren’t digital composites and that excites the hell out of me. What I really love about my “machine” though is that it lends the images a unique atmosphere and tone. 

 To see all of the images take a look on my website.