MEDIA – TV presenting

In front of the lens, Jack has

hosted his own 6 part TV series, ‘Digital Snap’, which aired nationally on Australia’s Foxtel network. The program discussed photography and was the first of its kind.
presented on camera on Australia’s national TV travel program ‘Getaway’ (Nine Network). Jack presented 4 stories, each over 3 minutes in length and aired over 4 consecutive weeks, to an estimated audience of 2 million weekly viewers, advising ‘how to take better photos’ when traveling.
presented on camera on Victoria’s TV travel program, ‘Postcards’, (aired locally on Nine Network) – presenting 14, one minute weekly segments, during the 2009 series.


Radio wise – between 2008 – 2010 Jack:

co-hosted his own, live, talk back radio program with Murray Wilton on Australia’s highest rated talk back station – 2GB – in Sydney. Discussing photography, live listeners would ring in and ask advice. The show also discussed the latest in camera technology and prime aspects of what it takes to get great photos across all sorts of topics. Presented in a fun, informative and educational way, the show appealed to a wide, general audience.

Jack has also been interviewed on multiple other ocassions by national TV, radio and print media with specials features on:

The Today Show (Nine Network)
Qantas In Flight Entertainment
ABC Radio national with James OLoughlin
ABC Life Matters
Tripple MMM radio – The Grill Team with Eddie MacGuire
Mens Health Magazine (‘Make Your Own Luck’ article)
Australian Photography Magazine
national TV, radio and newspaper interviews across all networks in Australia following the Moran Prize win


Jack has given public speaking adresses’ to:

The Art Gallery of NSW – as part of their summer lecture series
Dick Smith Electronics company staff (across 7 states and speaking to over 1000 staff)


In 2014, Jack appeared alongside cricket legend Steve Waugh in a national video advertising campaign produced by Leo Burnett. The campaign was aimed at capturing a wide public audience, focused on photography.
Between 2012 and 2013 – Jack was also used as the face of ‘Lowepro’ in Australia. Lowepro are the world’s leading camera bag and protective equipment manufacturer. His image was dispayed in stores around Australia as the face of the brand as well as in a national print campaign and online across websites, social media and online videos.