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My Photographic Career: A Celebration of Life and Love
I began my career in the photographic media industry in the late 80's and then had a long and esteemed marketing career. These days, I use the insights I gained during these years to hone my craft as a visual story-teller, artist and documentarian - motivated to capture and preserve the celebration of life, love and the emotion of the human condition, using light and colour. 

My style is best described as “vibrant and life-affirming” which sometimes crosses the boundary into a deeper context to match the cultural and sub-cultural conditions, intentions and psyche of the subjects before me.

I truly believe that my job as a photographer is two-fold - to operate with a loving intention to show each person in their best light while also encapsulating the essence of the character in a visual story to create lasting memories and iconic imagery.

I am constantly pushing myself to explore other elements of my craft and I seek inspiration from a diverse range of creative lights, such as David LaChappelle, Andy Warhol, Madonna, Tamara DeLempika, Varga, Erté, Tom of Finland, Rip Colt, Pierre et Gilles, Annie Leibowitz as well as local contemporaries, William Yang, Mazz Image and Ann-Maree Calilhanna.
Top image: "Colours of Our Community, Sydney 2017" (2018) by photographer Markham Lane.
Base image: "There's Only One Party - Everyone To The Party" (2013) by photographer Markham Lane, commissioned for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and exhibited in the 2018 "Museum of Love and Protest"
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