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I was around 16 the first time I picked up a camera. I worked with a portrait photographer in a small town in Australia before I moved to Melbourne, and then eventually Sydney where I started in fashion photography. Then, 10 years ago I moved to New York City. Shortly after that, I started shooting for Interview Magazine, and since then I've been shooting for various Vogue titles. My interest in photography is tied with fashion. I love the creative aspect, the narrative, and telling a story through a series of images. There are no rules in fashion photography, you can experiment. My inspiration comes from art, architecture and fashion. The history of fashion photography is a big influence for me, including names like Edward Weston, Helmut Newton, Irving Penn.