I’m a filmmaker from the Northern Territory of Australia. Currently working in Adelaide as a reporter on the ABC’s children’s news program, Behind the News.

I have a Bachelor of Arts in Screen Production from the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS).

In 2018, I was awarded Best National Student Cinematographer at the Australian Cinematographers Society Awards.

I’ve also helped facilitate filmmaking workshops for children, including in remote communities in Arnhem land. I’m currently developing a series of educational videos for BTN and ABC Education titled How to Make News.

In 2019, together with producer Philip Tarl Denson, my film Fracketty Frack: it’s the Frackpocalypse was awarded completion funding from Screen Australia to be developed into a web series (coming mid 2020).

As well as all that filmmakey stuff, you’ll always find me working on something random — like learning how to develop photographic film, cooking pasta with seawater, or fixing old typewriters.


2018 Best National Student Cinematography at the 47th ACS (Australian Cinematographers Society) National Awards for “Curriculum”.


2017 Gold in Student Cinematography at the Regional ACS Awards, NT for “Curriculum”.

Bronze in Student Cinematography at the Regional ACS Awards, NT for “Merrick”.


2015 Best Achievement in Drama at the Bond University Film Television Awards (BUFTA) for “After Tracy”.

Best Achievement in Cinematography at the Bond University Film Television Awards (BUFTA) for “After Tracy”.

Dean’s Choice Award at the Bond University Film Television Awards (BUFTA) for “After Tracy”.

Jury Prize at the Bond University Film Television Awards (BUFTA) for “After Tracy”.

Silver in Student Cinematography at the Regional ACS Awards, NT for “After Tracy”.


2014 Gold in Student Cinematography at the Regional ACS Awards, NT for “Child’s Play”.

Bronze in Student Cinematography at the Regional ACS Awards, NT for “Old Man Charles”.

People’s Choice Award at the Fist Full of Films Festival, NT, for “The Noodle Man”.