I have loved photography ever since purchasing my first ’real’ camera in 2010 – it quickly became an all-consuming passion, occupying large amounts of my daily thoughts. The camera leads me to places I otherwise would probably never see, such as Iceland. Without my love of photography, I doubt I would ever have explored Iceland – and even if I had I highly doubt I would have been up at 3am to capture the sunrise!
I actually bought my first camera whilst travelling. It was after ten months based in Melbourne, I was about to travel to the bright lights of Hong Kong that I visited a small camera store and purchased a Panasonic Lumix LX3. Just three weeks later I was standing in the dark on a bridge in Hong Kong, capturing the light trail shots that I had dreamt of just a few days earlier.
After four years shooting a variety of genres such as weddings and events I stumbled across architecture photography in late 2013, and I have been shooting inside abandoned spaces and buildings ever since.