Frazer first became serious in photography when he borrowed his dad’s camera while on a photo workshop on Fraser Island in his teens. He went on to win best photo that week with over 100 adult photographers. He is a finalist in the Natural History Museum – Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 competition, Earth’s Environments category, with an aerial image of a Sossesvlei sand dune, shot on tour in 2018. Frazer has an impressive record for exploring locations and experience in photography in a relatively short time. He has already guided groups of photographers or travelled to iconic locations in Australia and around the world like Namibia (three times), India, Fraser Island several times. He was involved in the Snap Happy TV show in Alaska in 2018. He’s travelled to Carnarvon Gorge, Lady Elliot Island and in 2019 will be guiding groups of photographers to Patagonia, Karijini, Nambung NP, Lamington NP and Tasmania, to name a few.
Frazer’s passion is to help photographers understand the tools of the trade and to maximise photo opportunities. He loves his Sony kit and knows how to get the best from its performance opportunities. Frazer looks forward to helping you attain your creative goals.