Karl first started photography in the early seventies as a teenager on the streets of London, and had no idea he would later in life work full time in the photography profession. His life in London as a teenager was full of dark grey streets, poverty and hardship, which for many is still the same today.
Migrating to Melbourne Australia in 1986/87 with his wife and children, Karl always had a camera for family shots on holidays, and special events but with a full time career as a clinical nurse, there was little time for the creative side.
In the past 5 years my career has really developed, becoming a full accredited member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography in 2009, wining a number of silver award over 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 , gaining Associate in 2014, and Master of Photography in 2016.
Being a member of the AIPP has been one of the best decisions Karl made for personal development in the craft, and inspiration.
Shooting in WA is so diverse – from desert inlands to prolific coast, like Ningaloo, the coral coast and the Batavia Coast. The light is magnificent at times, you can just watch and enjoy without taking a shot.