Victorian Women’s trust
The Victorian Women’s Trust are a wonderful, progressive feminist organisation who promote true gender equality through annual grants, targeted research, education, policy submissions, events and more. The Trust were my very first client and I have been working with them on some very meaningful projects for five years now, including events, staff portraits, and lifestyle images for website, marketing, and social media.
WIRE Women’s Information
WIRE are the only Victoria-wide free generalist information, support and referral service run by women for women. I regularly work with WIRE, including creating images for their fantastic website Women Talk Money, aimed at increasing the financial literacy of women, and its companion website Women and Money, aimed at increasing awareness among professionals working in the financial sector of the specific issues facing women, allowing those professionals to serve women better.
Good Shepherd is a not for profit organisation working with women and children fleeing family violence. I worked with them to create candid staff portrait for their Annual Report.
african family services
African Family Services are a non-profit organisation who provide early prevention and intervention support services to African-Australian and CALD communities in Victoria. We worked together to create some positive images of African families for their online presence.
A selection of lifestyle images from my work with design firm Blink Creative, used for website and marketing collateral, mainly for property developments.
Nino early learning adventures
I worked with Nino, a childcare provider, to create some natural lifestyle images of the children who use their services, for use on their website and social media accounts, as well as printed brochures.
I had the real honour of shooting behind the scenes images for singer songwriter Georgia Fields as she recorded her live album ‘Afloat, Adrift’. The images were used for the cover and album booklet.
the broke generation
Branding images for clever Emma from The Broke Generation, a finance blog aimed at millennials.
Various portraits from headshot and individual portrait sessions.