Inspired by the famous New York photographer, Weegee, STEVE GOSCH, began his career in press photography as a copy boy with News Limited in Sydney. Many of his first published pictures were taken in his spare time at night, when chasing ambulances became an obsession. His first front page picture in a major daily newspaper was of an injured woman, taken on New Year's Eve way back in 1986.

Since then his work has appeared in both daily and weekly newspapers as well as magazines and he spent several years shooting his favourite sport, soccer.

Steve's more recent work has earn't him recognition from his peers when in 2002 he won the Nikon-Walkley Prize for regional/suburban photography in the prestigious Nikon-Walkley Awards for his image of a cyclist falling during the Tour de Cabonne cycling classic.

In 2003 he published his first book, COUNTRY SPIRIT: The ups and downs of life in regional Australia. The book showcases a decade of his press photography and proves that life in the 'bush' is anything but boring.

In 2014 Steve was honoured to win the Netball NSW Judy Dunbar Media Award for Best Photograph.

Steve is based in Australia and is available to accept assignments for your news, sport or feature requirements.

Contact Steve today to discuss your requirements by going to 'Contact us' and send an email.

Business portraits, annual reports, product and event photography are also catered for, email today to discuss your photographic needs.