Recent Work

He Died With A Felafel In His Hand

Tonight I shot the preview performance of John Birmingham's classic 1994 debut novel He Died With A Felafel In His Hand at the Brisbane Powerhouse. Adapted for the stage by Simon Bedak, Steve LeMarquand and Michael Neaylon, it's the story of JB's life of sharehousing, as he shifts his milk crates from one dysfunctional sharehouse to the next, encountering freaks, geeks, gamers, players, stoners, junkies, flunkies, losers, bruisers, strippers, whippers and moontanners.

Impromafia - Tales From The Wireless

This weekend I was asked to come along and shoot Brisbane improv comedy group ImproMafia’s Tales From The Wireless, an unscripted trip back in time to the days of radio serials, complete with live music accompaniment and foley artists. It was lots of fun!

Vixen

For something completely different, I photographed a burlesque show for Everguide last night.

Things are about to take a turn for the NSFW.