Philip is an Australian photographer, film maker and illustrator specialising in editorial portraiture and corporate branding imagery. After completing a Bachelor of Architecture and traveling extensively he started his photographic career in the early '90s in Tokyo and has since been based in Sydney, Shanghai and San Francisco, working with some of the world's leading publications including TIME, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Independent on Sunday Review, Forbes and Vogue China. He’s currently based in hometown Perth, Western Australia.
While his imagery has been exhibited and honoured with awards in his native Australia, he has exhibited internationally including being featured at Holland's prestigious Noorderlicht Photo Festival. His project Visible, Now on the fragility of childhood was published as an e-book in 2006 and exhibited at Anzenberger Gallery, Vienna. His Black Christmas Bushfires series (2001) is in the permanent collections of both the National Gallery of Australia and the Museum of Australian Photography.
Currently involved in the production of short film and documentary projects, Philip is in development with a feature documentary on photographer Max Pam. His short film Down the Wrong Path featured at Revelation Perth International Film Festival 2018, and experimental short Lunch screened at Chicago's Blow Up Arthouse FF 2021. Current photographic clients include The Australian Financial Review, WSJ, The Weekend Australian Magazine and the National Library of Australia.
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