Rocco Ancora is a four times AIPP wedding photographer of the year and has also featured prominently in Wedding and Portrait Photographers International awards list. An additional accolade Rocco prizes is the Ilford Trophy for the highest scoring monochrome print in Australia, for 2007.
Many of Rocco’s images are classical and romantic, imbued with distinctive and evocative lighting, similar to that found in the wonderfully crafted movies from the 1940’s and 50’s. Rocco’s images express an incredibly rich and vibrant insight into the emotions of love, humor and intimacy.
Delly Carr has spent the last 22 years as a full time sports photographer. He has been recently and formally inducted as a founding member of the World Photography Academy, and also asked to photograph some of the most important sport events worldwide, such as the Summer Olympic Games, the Commonwealth Games, the Football World Cup, and the Winter Olympic Games and Football World Cup.
After an early career in photojournalism my motion picture career began on low budget Australian television and film productions before Jasin was given the opportunity to work on big budget films for some of Hollywood’s A-list studio’s, producers, directors and actors. His little family spends up to 10 months of the year on the road so a love for his work and its environment is paramount.
Jasin consider himself lucky enough to work on films that he loves to watch, having the opportunity to shoot some action sequences on Skyfall which was the culmination of a lifelong dream.
Marcus Bell is a Triple Master of Photography as awarded by the AIPP. He has been named in the top 10 wedding photographers in the world by BBC Television, is the author of “Master’s Guide to Wedding Photography” published by Amherst Media NY in 2006 and is currently in the top ten photography best seller list.
He is also the first photographer to be crowned the Australian wedding photographer of the year twice, in 2003 and 2005. Marcus’s images have been published in more than 20 books in 50 countries and he has been featured in three photography documentaries.
In 2007 David was awarded a Grand Master of Photography and the AIPP has also honored him with the distinction of an AIPP Fellow in recognition of the extraordinary photographic achievements and commitment to the art of photography.
He has been considered worldwide for my individual and timeless style. Commissions encompass amazing locations all across the globe from medieval castles in Ireland to New York’s Central Park.
David is a Nikon-Walkley Award winning photographer who has photographed for a multitude of national and international magazines throughout Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Australasia. Publications include LeMonde, Stern, L’Express, Focus, Australian Geographic, The Bulletin, The New York Times, Fortune and Time Australia.
David has aspired to capture history in a fair, truthful and informative manner. David was one of the original co-founders of Reportage, and a Director of FotoFreo Photographic Festival and also a Nikon-Walkley Advisory Board Member.
Australian adventure photographer (and occasional journalist) Mark Watson is a liar. He suggests his job is not so glamorous, but drop him an email and his out of office auto response will inform he’s heli-skiing New Zealand or trekking Patagonia. In downtime he surfs and mountain bikes Sydney’s Northern Beaches or can be spied drinking cafe latte’s on the beachfront when he should be editing photos. He is a Nikon Ambassador and Red Bull Australia’s No.1 photographer, … and after a few Corona’s, admits, I photograph cool people, in cool places, doing cool things! Quickly followed by the disclaimer it’s not always exciting … But always said with a mischievous grin.
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