I regularly get commissioned to take editorial images, mainly environmental portraits,  for publications and marketing collateral for local businesses and local government organisations.

Along the way I get to meet some amazing people and hear their stories.  A recent commission included taking images for the September issue of the 'City' magazine for the 150th anniversary of Dandenong Market.  There are so many amazing and dedicated characters amongst the stallholders of this impressive Melbourne icon.

Dandenong Market  is one of the friendliest and most culturally diverse markets with such wonderfully fresh produce and fun loving hardworking people.  People that make our community buzz and whom love selling great produce and products for Melburnians to eat and use.

I've added a few other images of local Melbourne Business people and London business owners who I've also photographed on my travels.

Danny is one of the longest standing stallholders of Dandenong Market.  Great character who refused to let me leave without a big bag of free bananas.

Leyton Tyreman.  This gentleman has worked for over 20 years running his own tyre business.

Bruno Battaglia of Keilor, a Market Gardener whom has supplied Melburnians with fresh fruit and veggies for many decades.

Local Barrumundi farm owner and his keen scientific crew

Lifeguard at the NPAC centre in Dandenong.

The Milburns, Dorothy and John, married for 59 years, retired Keilor Market Gardeners, in front of the original barn john's Grandfather built in Keilor.

The next generation, Market Gardener in training.  One of the young Battaglia family members helping out on the farm.

Clean Energy Group Owner - recycler of old tyres

Nick Korionis is a retired Keilor Market Gardener who still gets down into his shed every day to plow his own personal veggie patch.

Kylie Grinham