Philip Schubert lived the early part of his life in the Great Southern of Western Australia and moved with his family at a young age to sheep and cattle stations in the then un-developed Pilbara and Kimberley Regions of Western Australia. It was in the wide open spaces of the remote Western Australian outback that Philip grew up, was educated and worked, developing a great love of the outdoors and the natural environment around him.
He has lived and worked in most regions in Western Australia from the cool forests and rugged coasts of the Albany regions, to sheep stations in sparse outback regions of the Murchison, Shark Bay and Gascoyne regions and as an airline pilot in the arid Pilbara and the ancient Kimberley.
From a very young age Philip displayed a highly creative and inquisitive nature always seeking out new experiences, environments and knowledge. Throughout his life he has kept a continuous record of the environment around him through his photography and many of his earlier pictures now form a unique historical record are now in the National library through the TROVE website.
He loves travel and spends over 6 months each year in the field re-visiting almost every region in Western Australia, is a highly successful and popular Enrichment and Destination Lecturer on Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruise lines in Australian and South East Asian Waters. He is regular Tour Director on four wheel drive outback tours in the remote and rugged Kimberley Region of Western Australia where his un-parralled historic knowledge of the Kimberley and Pilbara is a major attraction for tour guests.
He is a regular contributor and has successful profile with regular sales of royalty free images on the top 10 worldwide Microstock Photo Agencies and many of his images or video clips feature on web pages, in travel brochures, fine art collections, and television advertisements.
You can follow Philip on his Facebook Page to keep up to date with his busy lifestyle and see previews of current assignments and personal shoots.