Literally speaking, Kane Hibberd has a sound basis for breaking into the highly competitive field of rock music photography. ‘Until four years ago I was a sound engineer, recording bands in the studio and mixing live concerts, but I decided to get out because it wasn’t satisfying my creative urge,’ says the Melbourne-based 31-year-old. ‘I’d always had an interest in photography and thought that if I worked hard and was my own harshest critic, I might be able to make a go of it.

Literally speaking, Kane Hibberd has a sound basis for breaking into the highly competitive field of rock music photography. 'Until four years ago I was a sound engineer, recording bands in the studio and mixing live concerts, but I decided to get out because it wasn't satisfying my creative urge,' says the Melbourne-based 31-year-old. 'I'd always had an interest in photography and thought that if I worked hard and was my own harshest critic, I might be able to make a go of it.