WE ARE GOLD COAST
OUR BEAUTIFUL BACKYARD THROUGH THE LENS OF OUR LOCALS #wearegoldcoast
Growing up on the Gold Coast means a life on the beach and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I’ve been shooting waves for more than four years now and I’m so glad I’m able to show a unique perspective of the beauty of our beaches to people all over the world.
Breaking news: I love showing the Gold Coast and the world what beauty the ocean has to show off. Some people go their whole lives not knowing what a breaking wave looks like from behind. I’m so happy I’m able to share these images.
Under cover: There is something so elegant yet powerful about the way surfers will duck dive directly under a heavily barrelling wave.
Arvo gold: For this afternoon shot I headed south to a secret spot that only a handful of wave photographers know about.
Head’s up: Shooting at Snapper Rocks is always an exciting and dangerous outing for any photographer.
Fish-eye view: The southern end of the Gold Coast would have to be my favourite area to shoot waves.
Lagoon life: On a staycation at Surfers Paradise Marriott, I fell into a bromance with the local puffer fish.
North Burleigh: This is where it all started for me and my photography journey more than four years ago.