Vaughan Laws was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia.
He first picked up a DSLR camera in 2013 to photograph his young children, but soon after Vaughan started to expand his creativity by exploring the world of light painting and macro photography.
Vaughan's vision soon turned to landscape and weather photography after capturing summer storms over Port Phillip Bay.
" I have always loved and been fascinated by weather and storms, but photographing mother nature for the first time had me hooked" - Vaughan Laws
In the last few years, Vaughan has expanded his creative vision by capturing unique perspectives from the sky thanks to the advancements in drone technology.
He is always striving to improve and create new perspectives in all his photography.
Vaughan's images have been published in numerous places including the Herald Sun, online news articles, channel 9, channel 10 and shared on many different social media tourism/government agency pages. They been used by the Bureau of Meteorology numerous times. Been used for a front cover wraparound image on the publication: Time & Tides ( The Mornington Peninsula writers society collectors special). They have been printed and displayed in large media format by Visit Frankston for tourism promotions and also contracted to design and produce a Vaughan Laws Photography/Visit Frankston 2020 calendar with images he has taken from around the municipality (on sale at the Frankston Visitors Centre). They have also been used by many local businesses including for licensing purposes, print displays and even large photographic wallpaper displays spanning over 7 meters in length and 2.4 meters in height.