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Archive for November 2010


African Photographer Mário Macilau

– posted by Sally

We Recently introduced you to African Photographer Mário Macilau and are pleased to be able to show you a selection of his personal work. 

Congratulations on receiving the following awards Mårio.

- Honorable Mention (Museu Nacional de Arte, Maputo - Mozambique),

- First Prize AMANDLA MAGAZINE (Johannesburg),

- Second Prize FESTIVAL DA BAIA (Maputo - Mozambique),

Currently he is living and working in Maputo. 

Contact Details

Mario Macilau




A few pages from Patrick Redmond’s folio.

– posted by Sally

Patrick Redmond  and I met many years ago when he worked out of a studio in Prahran. I lost contact with Pat for a few years and earlier this year I received an email saying hi.

We started chatting and Pat decided after working from home for a while with his lovely wife Andrea that he would like to hook up and have a fresh pair of eyes and ears to discuss his folio and direction.

We had a great day and were able to create the best selection of architectural and interior shots to form a new look folio for him.

This folio was about a fresh start for Pat and moving out of a comfort zone.

Whilst he is extremely busy with his current clients, with the help of Andrea he wants to go out and show his work to a larger field.

Here are three of my favourite pages from Pat's new folio. 


Greg Elms at Mars Gallery.

– posted by Sally

Greg Elms will be exhibiting at Mars Gallery in Port Melbourne this December. 

The exhibition "This in Not a Christmas Show" runs from 1-20 December and features work from Priscilla Bracks, Emma Davies, Anna Griffiths, Kes Kennedy, Jeremy Kibel, Prudence Murphy, Saffron Newey, Louis Patterson, Anthony Sawrey, Jud Wimhurst and Greg Elms.


Andrew Chapman wins New North Photographic Prize

– posted by Kerry

Congratulations Andrew on winning the NEW NORTH PHOTOGRAPHIC PRIZE.

Andrew's image was taken in July of flotsam along an island shoreline on Lake Eyre.


UK ROCK BIBLE awards Melbourne Photographer Kane Hibberd.

– posted by Kerry

Melbourne-based Kane Hibberd has been recognised by British rock magazine NME as one of the leading rock photographers in the world.

Hibberd was last week announced as second place-getter in the rock bible’s first annual NME Music Photography Awards.

With over 5,000 entries received from around the globe, Hibberd’s folio was placed second (“Highly commended”) in the professional category of the competition.

Hibberd flew to the UK to accept his honour in person and view his and other winners’ works that are being exhibited at London’s O2 Arena until the November.

In Australia, Hibberd has been shooting bands and music artists for publications Rolling Stone, Jmag, Blunt, The Drum Media, Inpress, 3D World and Time Off for over half a decade.

His winning folio included live shots of international bands Story Of The Year, Gallows and Jane’s Addiction as well as portraits of local acts The Temper Trap and Karnivool.

Upon return from the UK, Hibberd will work towards putting together his first solo exhibition, scheduled for 5 - 9 May, 2011. 



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Jess Bialek shoots for the Australian Ballet.

– posted by Sally

Full Article published in the Herald Sun. 


2010 Projections Winners.

– posted by Sally

Congratulations to all the winners and finalists of this years Projections competition held by the ACMP.

We had a fantastic night in Melbourne with the opening at the Astor theatre.

The attached image is by Ross Calia. Ross won the Sony make.believe category.

In the Commercial category the finalists were;

Katie Kohlenberg (CAN) category winner

Chrissie Hall (NSW)

Russell Perkins (NSW)

Emmanuel Giraud (NSW)

In the Editorial category the finalists were;

Hannah Robinson (NSW)  category winner

Janie Brasier (Vic)

Gunter Hang (NSW)

Alex Vaughn (NSW)

Kelly Hussey-Smith (Qld)

Thea Petrass (Vic)

In the Art category the finalists were;

Jeremy Blincoe (Vic)  category winner

Jessica Tremp (Vic)

Felix Merry (Qld)

Michael Miller (Syd)

Jessica Ledwich (Vic)

All of the finalists won fantastic prizes including;

Kayell australia vouchers for gear, Crumpler bags, Capture subscriptions and ACMP collection books.

As well as this, Category winners received;

Studios and gear hire, $5000 voucher from Sony Alpha for lenses cameras and 1year ACMP Membership and master classes with saatchi& saatchi.

The Overall winner was presented with;

A $7000 voucher from Sony Alpha for lenses cameras, S2 Studios in Sydney voucher for gear and studio hire and 1year ACMP membership and a Portfolio consultation with renowned photographers consultant Sally Brownbill.


Hasselblad Masters Exhibition.

– posted by Kerry

One of Mauro Risch's images has been selected for the Hasselblad Masters Award.

Congratulations Mauro we're very excited for you!!!!


Marcus Thompson 2010 Undercover finalist.

– posted by Kerry

In September Marcus was chosen as a finalist for this years 2010 Uncover competition for his images shot  from Mozambique.

Congratulations Marcus.

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Making it Sacred.

– posted by Kerry

Photography exhibition by Sarah Anderson and Pia Johnson 10-12 November 2010.

Carbon Black Gallery, Prahran.

MELBOURNE, October 2, 2010- Melbourne based photographers Sarah Anderson and Pia Johnson present a photography exhibition of Victorian places of worship at the Carbon Black Gallery in Prahran, from 10-21 November 2010. Supported by the Victorian Council of Churches (VCC) and Victorian Multicultural Commission, Making it Sacred will be a preview of documentary photography of a variety of religious spaces in Victoria - their four walls and their community leaders.

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Sally sponsors Projections 2010

– posted by Sally

This year will be I am proud to announce that I will be sponsoring ACMP's Projections.

The prize to the overall winner me!....I will be working with them on creating a spectacular folio to showcase their work.

Next week we will be able to announce the 2010 Projections winner.

Good luck to all who have entered and I look forward to the screening.


Danny Matier’s new film clip- “Something’s got to Give”

– posted by Kerry

To Contact Danny Matier:


Danny Matier

Writer / Director

M: 0407 863 989


“Something’s got to Give”

– posted by Sally

In August this year Danny Matier shot a film clip for Melbourne artist Cazi Gale.

I met Cazi Gale a few months before we shot this video and really liked her songs.

We had a chat about her music as I had several ideas for music videos, but as usual had no money to make the epic visual landscapes for most of them.

I came up with the idea of a puppet who falls in love with her master while I was out walking one evening.

I instantly liked this puppet that made herself known to me.

Within her own dreams she is free and loved, but within the real world she is at the mercy of the ones that pull her strings, a simple theme and one most of us can relate to at some point in our lives.

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