What do you hope that people take away from your photography?
Like all art, it is interpreted differently for different people, but overall my aim is to make the viewer “feel” something. It doesn't necessarily always have to be a nice feeling, just some kind of emotional impact.
As far as the impact of what's being viewed… It would be my worst nightmare for the ocean to become a floating garbage patch. It scares me to think that our grandchildren might not be able to appreciate the beauty we take for granted. Although my images display a lot of power and force, the ocean is extremely delicate, and it's transitioning through the greatest challenge of modern times - pollution.
I hope the viewer is inspired to put nature over convenience as far as plastic goes, so we can keep the ocean as pristine as it can be.
My work has been featured in Vogue, Wired, New York Post, Yahoo, CNN, ABC (USA), ESPN, The Australian, Huffington Post & BuzzFeed and can regularly be found in Art, Lifestyle, Sport and Photography Magazines around the world. My Seascapes have been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout The United States, Europe, The UK and Australia.