I started my photography journey from high school figuring out how to use my first given camera. I soon realized that photography was more than just using gears and self-taught was not enough to take me further away in this journey. I then sought help from a photography instructor in an art school in China. I learned my studio and outdoor photography skills and learned how to appreciate photography with him. My second instructor based in Adelaide had shown me everything I need to know for being a professional portrait photographer.
Any type of shoots that is portrait based. I love shooting subjects that are able to talk back to me not something still and lifeless, and generally speaking, photographing human is my first choice.
I love shooting in the Japanese garden in South Terrace and the University of Adelaide. The Japanese garden provides a Zen feeling to my photos, whereas the buildings in the University of Adelaide gives me a lot of texture and colour to work with. Some of the alleys in the city are also really good locations depending on my type of shoots.See Portfolio & Book
I have had a camera since I was 15; but I have been using professional DSLR (and full Lightroom/Photoshop editing) for the past 5 years.
I don't specialise. I love the variety and different tasks, new challenges and having to push the envelope of my skills.
I do hiking all over Adelaide; we are so lucky to have the natural environment on our doorstep. I suppose I know a few very special, seldom-visited places in the Barossa Valley.See Portfolio & Book
Surry Hills, NSW 2010
We have a ball coming up and would like to get pictures of the crowd
All high-resolution digitals