Born in Melbourne, Australia Lynton Crabb’s childhood was spent in India and Papua New Guinea. After finishing high school he returned to Melbourne to study photography at RMIT.

Crabb has created many conceptual photographic campaigns for clients in the advertising and design industries and been commissioned to shoot projects for many recognised companies.

Good at creating the moment, and with lighting, Crabb's story telling style sees him shooting active lifestyle, business and for fashion based projects. He also is comfortable being sent anywhere in the world (or around the corner) to create suites of images encapsulating a company or organisations activities and message.

With an inherently sensitive approach, Crabb's personal projects usually involve an interest in social issues. He has exhibited in Australia and Korea for organizations that include The Reach Foundation, Alzheimer’s Australia and the Burnett Institute.

Lynton is available for photography worldwide.