I started my photography carrier as an apprentice in a traditional studio inSalzburg, focussing on portraiture, press photography, architecture, theatre and concerts, and everything else that Salzburg had to offer to the photographic lens at the time. This was followed by independent work as a commercial photographer for the next 20 years — mostly on analogue film. Later, I also worked in digital photography, but I never
gave up analogue photography. I saw the rise of digital as an opportunity for the art of photography, separate from commercial applications and constraints. In 2009, I went to the University of Tasmania and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art in 2013. My main project over the last few years was the intersection of industry, dwelling, and landscape here in Tasmania. From this work resulted a major solo show in 2018 at the Queen Victorian Museum in Launceston, Tasmania.