"Creating unique images of life and living"
I'm a Western Australian contemporary fine art and portrait professional photographer. I seek to create extraordinary contemporary images swelling with the beauty of colour and natural forms, yet from a perspective that is often surprising and graphically startling.
I am extremely passionate about my craft and I am driven to create unique imagery of insights with verve in colour and form. I have photographed around the world, and I love, and am grateful, that my clients and subjects are so amazing and varied.
I have been a photographer for 20 years and an Accredited Member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) and the Australian Commercial and Media Photographers (ACMP). I am also an experienced speaker, trainer and professional facilitator in photography and print making, change management, health management and leadership and reform programs.
My photographic style is bold and contemporary and I am keen to create something unique for you. If you think my style would suit your audience then I would like the opportunity to talk with you about what you are looking for.
I am happy to forward you my current resume if you would like to see more of my experience.
I am available for commercial and private commissions globally.
Industry Expertise (3)
Health Care - Services
Areas of Expertise (3)
Photography and Image Making
Health Leadership and Governance
Awarded: Chairman’s Prize for Corporate Leadership (professional)
2001 Australian Graduate School of Management University of New South Wales/ University of Sydney Perth, WA Completed: Executive Masters of Business Administration (Distinction) Awarded: Chairman’s Prize for Corporate Leadership
Fine Art commission for E35 Al Bustan Hotel and Resort Complex Abu Dhabi (professional)
Provision of 605 fine art photographs for the E35 Al Bustan Hotel and Resort Complex due for opening in 2013. The project involves construction of a commercial and residential complex of 5 towers each comprising 5 basement levels, a ground floor and 17 additional floors. The 5 tower complex has been classified as: a 5 star business hotel tower offering 385 rooms, a 250 serviced apartments tower, a 30, 000 square metre commercial tower and two 420 apartments residential towers.
Murdoch University: Bachelor of Arts, Psychology 1996
Australian Graduate School of Management/ University of New South Wales: Graduate Management Qualification, Management and Leadership 1999
Australian Graduate School of Management University of New South Wales/ University of Sydney : Executive Masters of Business Administration (Distinction), Management and Leadership 2001
Awarded: Chairman’s Prize for Corporate Leadership
- Australian Institute of Professional Photography
- Australian Commercial and Media Photographers
- Australian College of Health Services Management
- Australian Institute of Management
- American Society of Media Photographers
Barry Lapthorne, Conference Coordinator, WA Health Conference and Awards | 2011 WA Health Conference
Thank you for your dynamic and innovative presentation on organisational change during the 2011 WA Health Conference, which received fantastic feedback from conference delegates.
Maria-Jane Satterthwaite, Managing Director, SCOPE Vision | South Metropolitan Area Health Service, Adv. Diploma of Management – Day 2 Develop and implement strategic plans
Good afternoon Kingsley, A sensational session…. Thanks to Kingsley!.... You rock! Sincere thanks for making yourself available….. I truly appreciate you. Your knowledge, wisdom and (perhaps) personality ;o) ensured that the program was a memorable one! (I hope you can see the big grin on my face as I type that! Otherwise I am in trouble!)
Stephanine Ng, Policy Officer | 2011 WA Health Conference
Hi Kingsley Thank you for your presentation at the WA Health Conference last week. It was certainly one of the highlights of the conference! Will you be making your Prezi presentation available at any stage? I would like to share it with my colleagues if at all possible.
Marie-Jane Satterhwaite, Managing Director, SCOPE Vision | Royal Perth Hospital, Advanced Diploma of Management
Good afternoon Kingsley, I just wanted to formally thank you for your session on Wednesday. You were the highlight of the day (next to my chocolate!) according to the verbal and written feedback solicited on the day. Everyone was so surprised that someone as ‘executive’ as yourself was so normal and giving of your knowledge. Bless ;o) (I thought their comments were just priceless so I refrained from poetic licence!). Porter’s went well..... I think they gained a great deal from it. I certainly appreciated your guidance. Wishing you a good afternoon and weekend. Sincere thanks, MJ
Event Appearances (12)
Strategic and Corporate Change
Diploma of Management Armadale and Kelmscott Health Service
Strategic change management and vision
Graduate Development Program WA Health: Department of Health
National Health Reform impact
National Health Reform Agenda WA Teritary Hospitals
Leading for improvement
Emerging Leaders Program Australian Institute of Management
Managing Innovation and Continuous Improvement
Certificate of Management South Metropolitan Area Health Service
2012 Operational Planning WA Health Department of Health
Changing the way we do things
WA Health Conference Burswood Conference Centre
Strategic development and implementation of Four Hour Rule in Western Australia
WA Health Four Hour Rule Implementation WA Health Department of Health
Strategic Planning and Leadership
Diploma of Managment Armadale Kelmscott Health Service
Leading Service Improvement - Clinical Redesign in Action
WA Health Resident Medical Office Clinical Redesign Program Australian Institute of Management
WA Health Clinical Service Redesign
WA Health Clinical Services Redesign Program WA Health
WA Health: Developing and implementing the WA Health Four Hour Rule Program
Northern Territory Four Hour Rule Program Northern Territory Department of Health
Sample Talks (1)
Changing the way we do things
Large organisational change in health care is complex and difficult. This talk covers the experience of the Health Reform Implementation Taskforce and Health System Improvement Unit over the last nine years in achieving multiple large scale organisational wide change programs. This talk was presented at the Annual Western Australian Health Conference in 2011.
- Workshop Leader
- Corporate Training