Our Story began in January 2000
Some people are naturally photogenic. They’re rare. Most of us need persuasion to pose for a photograph, and even then usually wince at the outcome. It was this awareness, from experiences on both sides of the lens, that in January 2000 brought The Melbourne Headshot Company into being.
For years, award-winning photographers Andrew and Robyn Campbell had been watching clients squirm their way through sittings as though in a dentist’s chair; they decided to take a streamlined professional approach to corporate portraiture that for clients would be all-gain and no-pain.
Andrew and Robyn wanted clients to enjoy the experience of having their photo taken. In a world of routine, run-of-the-mill pictorial clichés, an arresting or memorable portrait is a competitive edge – not to mention a personal affirmation.
Having your photograph taken shouldn’t be a burden, or a duty, or an irritation. It should be about bringing out your best, and showing it off to the world. It should be easy. It should be fun. The Melbourne Headshot Company is about giving you the best possible experience – and the image to go with it.
Come and see us, and see yourself in a new light!
One of only 22 Grand Masters of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP). He has been a professional photographer since 1983, specializing in Corporate, People and Fashion.
Andrew was the winner of the GRAND AWARD for Portraiture, WPPI USA 2012 (America’s Photographic Equivalent of the Grammy Awards). He also had one of his commissioned portraits exhibited by the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra, in the prestigious 2012 Australian Portrait Prize.
A passionate astrophotographer, Andrew won the Deep Space section of the 2015 CWAS David Malin Awards, (the most prestigious Amateur Astrophotography award in the country), and the 2016 & 2015 AIPP Australian (and Victorian) Science, Wildlife and Wild Places Photographer of the Year.
He also enjoys Martinis, Cricket, Formula One and spending time with his wife and three young sons.
Robyn Campbell is one of Australia’s most highly respected female photographers and judges with 20 action packed years experience in the Professional Photography Industry. Her work has been exhibited internationally and has been a finalist in some of Australia’s top art prizes.
Robyn became the youngest Master of Photography with the AIPP at just 21 and is an Associate of WPPI and Master NZIPP. Robyn has been a finalist in The Moran Prize, Fremantle Portrait Prize and Head On Portrait Prize. Robyn panel chairs and judges photography nationally and internationally, for two years running representing Australia in the World Photographic Cup.
In her “spare” time she’s Mum to three busy boys, Akela at her local Cub Scout Group and does professional speaking in the areas of additional needs and Autism Advocacy.