We were honoured and delighted to be chosen to create new campaign and publicity images for the Victorian Opposition leader, Michael O’Brien MP. Politicians need quality campaign images that endear public trust and confidence, and as specialists in this field, we welcomed the opportunity to again work with such a high profile public figure. Michael was generous with
We love it when clients return to us with new and exiting briefs! Olivia Terziovski is one of the only female Principal Lawyers who runs her own Building and Construction Law Firm, Boutique Lawyers. Olivia knows exactly how she wants to brand and market her firm to stand out from the crowd. On this occasion, we were
We were recently approached by Anthony Brand, Director of Slades & Parsons. Anthony wanted new photographs of his team that would immediately convey client’s confidence and trust. Exited by this brief, we were keen to create a new style of Corporate studio portraiture that would not only depict a team of genuine professionals, but authentically allow their individual
We have photographed Prime Ministers, Premiers and Politicians from local Government. Coincidentally we have photographed our own Federal, State (Both Upper & Lower House) Representatives and our Local Councillor. Politicians have been coming to us for their campaign images many times over their careers.
Using a secret fashion photographers in-camera technique and lighting method to create dramatic portraits for corporate clients. See how we photographed Horror Fiction Writer Brad Ashlock and Family Lawyer, Chris Ambas to create dramatic new portraits for their image branding.
Back in 2019, (pre Covid remember those days?) We were commissioned by John Kelly (pictured above) to consistently photograph every Barrister on Foley’s List. This was an extensive undertaking as there were some 350 Barristers requiring individual studio sessions! Our innovative solution was to create an fully equipped satellite studio within Owen Dixon Chambers, featuring
Another of our high profile clients is Andrew Crisp APM, Victoria’s Emergency Management Commissioner. The Emergency Management Commissioner has responsibility for coordination before, during and after major emergencies, including the management of consequences of an emergency. He has been involved in responses to a number of major incidents, such as the Ash Wednesday Bushfires, the