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After high school I moved to Melbourne to attend the Photography Studies College, but wanderlust got the better of me and I took off to explore the world.

Eventually, I returned to my hometown (a seasoned traveler by now) to finish my studies at James Cook University with a semester at Duncan and Jordanstone College of Art & Design in Scotland.

My personal and professional experiences have meshed together to create a pretty interesting life for me. As a photographer, I’ve been lucky enough to trek through the Nepal mountains and dive on the Great Barrier Reef and Caribbean.

I have shot cafés, clothing labels, families, graduations, maternity celebrations, festivals, circus performances, weddings and engagements among plenty of others - and trust me, I’m only just getting started!

Accepted workshop participant by Magnum Photos Tokyo in Bangkok, Thailand

Photographer and videographer for Take on Nepal and Friends of Himalayan Children in Kathmandu and Batase, Nepal (video of our exhibition below)

Bachelor Exchange Program in

Photography and Fine Art at Duncan and Jordanstone College of Art & Design in Dundee, Scotland

Bachelor Graduate in Digital Media Arts at James Cook University in Cairns, Australia

Accepted workshop participant by

Victorian College of Arts in Melbourne, Australia

Australian Institute of Professional Photography member which means I adhere to AIPP Code of Professional Practice

JAZ ANDERSON + JASON VAN'T PADJE + TAKE ON NEPAL + FRIENDS OF HIMALAYAN CHILDREN

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Who's the guy with the motorbike?

let me introduce you to the second shooter or videographer - Ale!

Do you need a second shooter…?

On the practical side, notwithstanding Ale’s dashing good looks and charm, having a second shooter is a fantastic way to ensure total coverage of your wedding. It essentially allows me to be in two places at once. This is particularly useful if you have a large guest list or if you and your partner are getting ready at two different locations.

A few other reasons a second shooter is useful - they will ensure that photos are taken of the ceremony and reception styling, undisturbed by guests.

They also snap the reactions of your nearest and dearest while my attention is on the happy couple. Finally, getting variations of angles on group shots (as well as making sure everyone is present and correct) can be an occasional lifesaver!

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