Tony is an analogue photographer who exhibits regularly and who has recently been concentrating on portrait photography. He has ‘curated’ a series of award-winning contemporary art exhibitions based on single word Port-centric themes, collects and uses dodgy old cameras and older lenses and generally loves to play at all things that are regarded as alternative photography. His work has made the final jury round of the International Fine Art Photography Awards in Paris, graces the walls of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, and is in the permanent collection (three portraits) of the National Portrait Gallery.
He describes himself as an amateur photographer. The word amateur has Latin origins, amare, “for the love of.”