About me

I completed my medical degree at The University of Notre Dame, prior to completing a Masters of Surgery at The University of Sydney, and I continue to teach medical students and junior doctors through my position as an Adjunct Lecturer.

I trained at Royal North Shore Hospital, focusing on high-risk obstetric care and management as well as advanced laparoscopic surgery, becoming a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

I have a passion for obstetric/pregnancy care, whether normal or high-risk pregnancies. I also continue to pursue research and work into our latest technologies, including offering patients surgery via the robotic-assisted Da Vinci Xi system.

In my spare time I’m a volunteer surf-life saver at Bronte SLSC, provide medical care to the homeless through Street Side Medics and am a Medical Officer with the Australian Defence Force Army Reserves.

I am from a big family – one of 11 kids myself. My father and grandfather were also Obstetricians. My wife Belle and I have a 2-year-old little boy, Maximilian.

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