Phil’s path to professional photographer started with an early ambition to join the ranks of film and TV as a unit stills photographer. A passionate image maker for over 11 years, Phil has been fortunate over the years to work in a diverse range of fields exploring in which area his passion lies.
Ranging from publicity and marketing images for theatre, film and corporate clientele, portraits for local and international magazines and capturing many high profile events, Phil added more strings to his creative bow completing an Applied Design degree in 2010.
You may even recognise some of Phil’s work having been published in – Sydney Morning Herald, Daily Telegraph, Harpers Bazaar, Rolling Stone, Dolly, OK and The New York Times.
What do you like to do in your spare time? I lead a pretty hectic life so like to take the chance to chill-out – go for a walk, go and do a yoga class or go to the cinema.
What is your favourite sport? Not much of a sport fiend but love watching live music
What is your guilty pleasure? Kettle Potato Chips… the LARGE packs
Any Last Words “I have always been inspired by the way a photo captures the soul of a moment or an individual. As a kid, loving TV and film and telling stories of my own to pick up a camera and tell that story through images just seemed so natural.”