Glenn has been working as an independent social documentary, human rights and environmental photojournalist in Australia and overseas for over 30 years. He has also been involved in photography and the media in roles including independent newspaper editing; production of photographic projection shows; as well as strategy, documentation and shooting for numerous non-government organisations – including as media photographer on board three anti-whaling ships to Antarctica (2009-2017) for the marine conservation organisation Sea Shepherd.
Glenn is a multi-award-winning photographer and his photos have been widely exhibited and published in Australia and overseas. In 2016, he was a Walkley Awards jurist. Glenn holds a Master of Visual Arts (Photojournalism) from Queensland College of the Arts, Griffith University (2020).
- 2010 Walkley Slide Night
Third place for ‘Whale Wars’.
- 2009 New York Photo Festival
Nomination (final round) in Book Category for ‘TAXI!’ series.
- 2008 Walkley Slide Night
Tied third place for ‘Blood Diamonds’.
- 2006 Newtown Flicks Film Festival
Finalist selection for ‘TAXI!’
- 2005 Reportage Photojournalist Festival
Winner People’s Choice Award for ‘TAXI!’
- Amnesty International ‘Freedom’ exhibition
Third place for photo series on global human rights and environment issues.