I've always felt a little spark in me whenever I got to play with any sort of camera. At a young age, it felt like I could hide behind it and become the observer rather than the centre of attention. I was very shy haha! My family decided to move from Slovakia to Australia when I was around 7 and I received my first digital camera to document our move from my grandparents...and haven't stopped documenting since.
I love using photography to express my creativity - especially when it comes down to fashion and lifestyle shoots. They are very creative in the first place, no t-shirt and jeans but something exotic is always at hand to play around with - and that's what makes it different.
My favourite place to shoot in Sydney would have to be Turimetta Beach right now. This beach is just so grand and diverse, you can take such a variety of different moods in one shoot that it's unreal.See Portfolio & Book
I always knew I wanted to be a photographer. I was around 13 years old when I saved all my pocket money and bought a Film SLR camera but it wasn’t until university that I really started to pursue photography. I shot my first paid event in 2008 and haven’t looked back.
Each shoot has their own challenges. Whether it be lighting, weather, time constraints, you name it – there are always some obstacles that need to be overcome. I love being challenged and always encourage clients to bring examples of what kind of photos they want, how they want to look or what mood they want to express and I try to capture something similar.
Well this all depends on what the shoot is for! But the Rocks in Sydney is perfect for most projects as there is so much architecture and such a beautiful backdrop of the city to play with. Otherwise, La Perouse also in Sydney has some dramatic land and seascapes that can look great backlit with the afternoon sun or even better at sunrise (for those early risers).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