Macro photographer and invertebrate expert
Alan has been photographing small wildlife for over 30 years. He has a BAppSci (Scientific Photography) from RMIT University, and specialised in photographing invertebrates during his three-year degree. Combined with his photographic expertise, Alan has a wealth of knowledge in the field of invertebrate zoology.
He is an accomplished invertebrate zookeeper and exhibit designer, and worked for over a decade developing and managing live animal displays at Melbourne Museum. His knowledge of animal behaviour allows him to capture exquisite, meaningful and scientifically useful images. Attention to detail is paramount within Alan’s macro photography, ensuring that natural behaviours are evident.