Who Am I
As a photographic artist, I have always endeavored to create unconventional and layered images that my audience will connect to on an emotional level.
Through darkness, I aim to tell my story, and the stories of those around me. My artwork is always created with a particular story in mind, however, my images are ambiguous, and can often symbolize many different things to those who view them.
My aesthetic style involves using muted tones, and I often obscure the faces of my subjects. I obscure the face to both add mystery and to focus on creating emotion by using the rest of the body.
The visuals in my images can often be intense and disturbing to the viewer, but I find that this creates conversation, which is one of my main goals with my art.
Through the use of post-processing, my images come alive. I use compositing in most of my images, as well as turn the once colourful image into the almost grey images that they become. I also use textures to add grittiness and more visual depth to each of my images.
My art is ever-evolving, and I aim to forever evolve as a human alongside it.
Through darkness, Tyler creates his own light that leads his way through his photographic and artistic journey.
His adventure into the photography world began at 18 years old, where he learned and honed the basics of photography until he was 20. It was when he turned 20 that he would step into the world of dark storytelling photography that is now synonymous with his name.
Through his journey as a storyteller in photography he has exhibited all over the world, including multiple group exhibitions in the USA, as well as at the ImageNation Paris International Photo Expo in 2018
He has won multiple awards including the Susan Moorhead Memorial Award in the MAMA Art Prize 2016, the WAW Photography Award in the Chiltern Art Prize 2018, and also won the Young Regional Artist Scholarship from Create NSW.
Tyler has also been a finalist in awards such as the Contemporary Art Awards in both 2017 and 2019, the MAMA National Photography Prize in 2016.
His first solo exhibition “The Chronic Diaries”, which is currently touring around Australia, also won the Critics Pick Award at the Sydney Fringe Festival in 2017.
1. Do you offer prints of your images?
Yes, I do. Every single image you see on social media or my website is available for purchase.
You can find more details in my special Prints section by clicking here.
2. Do you offer commissioned photo shoots/can you create an image for me?
I sure can! Bookings are now open! Please contact me for more details.
3. Can I be one of your models for one of your personal storytelling images?
Possibly! Please click here to send in an application form.
4. Do you travel for photo shoots?
Yes, I can and do!
If you would like any more information, please contact me
To view my full CV, please click here