“We believe photography is a powerful medium that can bring about real change. It plays an integral role in bringing people together and is about being part of a bigger social movement.”
Sydney Portrait Photography Minzoet
Minna lives and creates a vivid life of imagery and beauty. She is single minded, focused, hardworking and sees the world only through her own imagination and a camera. Portrait photography is her chosen form of creative expression and her means of connection and communication with others. Anyone who has been in front of her lens will know....she will become your friend by the end of your session.
Minna hails from a family of Musicians and Artists and is proud to be the Grand Daughter of Australian Artist John Williams.
This portrait of artist Valerie Richardson was one of the entries submitted which contributed to Keren being awarded 2017 AIPP Professional Photographer of the Year.
Felipe started his career as a camera operator with 16 and 35 mm film cameras in films back in Chile, his native country. Twelve years ago he moved exclusively to still photography, specializing in portraits and travel photography. He has lived in Australia for over 10 years now, and is a working as a studio portrait photographer.
Family portraits are a keepsake every family should consider getting.
Lindy Lee is a leading contemporary Australian artist and a Zen Buddhist. Her practice explores her Chinese ancestry through the philosophies of Taoism and (Zen) Buddhism.
We only hire the best. Focus this week is on Photographer Minna Sophia. Minna studied photography and design at Raffles College of Design and Commerce in North Sydney. She graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Visual Communications and Design to then work as a fashion photographer for a leading modelling agency in Surry Hills. Minna is extremely versatile and as well as being an accomplished wedding photographer she has compiled an excellent portfolio of fashion and children portraiture.
In 2019, Vogue Australia celebrates its 60th birthday, marking six decades since the fashion title launched in Australia. As part of the magazine’s birthday celebrations, a collaboration was born between Vogue Australia and the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra, to launch a retrospective exhibition that celebrates our rich history.