My name is Christine Mitcheson and I live in Australind, Western Australia.

I've been doing classic motocross photography since approximately 2008 for a few clubs in Western Australia. I started doing it because my husband was racing and I got bored passing spanners or looking for small bike parts on the ground.

Turns out I absolutely love it! Love the excitement, noise, anticipation, and dirt.

I accidentally called myself the Feral Photographer a few years ago, when after photographing the Manjimup 15,000 there was so much mud I couldn't tell the moderns from the vintage guys, so I went a bit feral taking photos.

I justifed calling myself the Feral Photographer because if anyone's been to a motox weekend, they will know there are generally no showers and lots of dust, or mud if it's been raining. So after a day of this without my hairdryer I tend to look a bit feral! I love being creative and getting out with my camera to photograph nature, bikes, scenery, whatever!

I have worked in web and media for 20 odd years, managed and developed websites, graphic design, and desktop publishing. I taught web and media at TAFE for 5 years and business at a private training organisation for 18 months.

My qualifications include a Bachelor of Commerce (Electronic Marketing, Internet Programming, and Multimedia Databases), Graduate Diploma of Education (Adult & Tertiary), Graduate Certificate TESOL (Teaching English), Cert IV in Training and Assessment, and Cert III in Media (3D Animation).

If you like my photos you can download the files in various digital sizes (for a fee of course - I am a struggling artist you know), but if you're having trouble or would like something customised, then send me an email: