Personal Work

I’ve had the opportunity to put on several solo shows over the last few years, with subjects ranging from editorial portraits to more conceptual-based portraiture work.
When I’m not using my camera to photograph farm weddings in Southwest Australia or other commercial projects, art is my main focus. I t completes me both as a person and as a photographer.
I consider it a little different from my commercial work, as I have no boundaries, no rules.
The key to a successful collaboration with a client is to see through their eyes – anticipate their vision and then express it through the medium of photography. Here, I’m simply expressing myself.


Over the last few years, i have had several solo shows ranging from editorial portraits to more conceptual based portraiture exhibitions.

When not focusing on commercial work, my art is my main focus. It completes me as a person, and gives me the freedom to express myself. I see it different to the work which I do for other people because I have no boundaries. When being commissioned, i see the job through the client's eyes. I feel that this is key and I try to anticipate what they are imagining, and go on to express it through the medium of photography.




19th June - 2nd July 2021 @ the Rabbit Hole Studios, Bridgetown.

The Defenders is a mid-project exhibitions by photographers Victoria Baker and Davina Jogi which juxtaposes formal portraits of local members of the Volunteer Bushfire Brigades with elements of the natural environment. Imagined as a response to the cataclysmic 2019 Australian bushfire season, the intention of the work is to highlight the unseen, ordinary people whose livelihoods, family life, and history are intertwined with the Australian bush and simultaneously to raise questions about our own responsibility towards the environment. The project is supported through a Resilience Grant from Regional Arts WA which funded a 3-month mentorship with award-winning, Australian, photographic artist Aletheia Casey to assist in developing the work.



150 was a book that I had published in 2018, showing my artistic interpretation of Bridgetown, Western Australia showcasing a cross-section of 150 Bridgetownians in the town's 150th year.


5th August 2016 - 10th October 2016 @ Bridgetown Pottery Restaurant.

Another collaboration with artist Vicky Baker bringing our personal observations of Bridgetown's inhabitants to the table.


Water Under the Bridge

5th July - 2nd August 2014 @ 124 Hampton St, Bridgetown.

A further collaboration with Vicky Baker, exploring Bridgetown's vacant spaces and the landscapes they inhabit.



1st Feb - 5th March 2014 @ Bridgetown Pottery Restaurant.

Spectral was the first collaboration between Victoria Baker and Vicky Baker. Using Donnelly Mill as a backdrop, Spectral examines that intangible fragment that once noticed, redefines.

'A powerful and thought provoking exhibition, Spectral compels us to inhabit the spaces between the historic, the aesthetic and the ephemeral.'


Miss Trust, London

23rd April - 23rd October 2009 @ Alphabet, 61 Beak st, Soho

A series of images which meld high fashion with a narrative exploring the fractious duality of self.


The Hidden Hospital

19th - 30th Dec 2008 @ The Whitechapel Gift Shop, London E1 LBA

19th Jan - 30th Feb 2009 @ The Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, London E1 1BB

A series of portraits of hospital workers taken over a number of visits to the Royal London Hospital depicting the diverse and unusual careers vital to the hospital's success.





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