Advertising, Editorial & Commercial Photographer in Melbourne, Australia

Jarrod goes glam for a good cause

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It’s that time of year when frocks are given centre stage to help with some pretty important fundraising efforts. That’s right, I’m talking about the month of Frocktober. The sister to next month’s Mo’vember, Frocktober’s activities primarily consist of women pledging to wear a frock every day in October to raise money for ovarian cancer research. Last year Frocktober-related fundraising efforts raised over $140,000 for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation. Our friend Jarrod was keen to…

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Photography by Sharon Blance for Image Workshop, www.imageworkshop.com

Melbourne Town

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I love travel and the invigorating energy I get from exploring new places. Maybe that’s why I’ve lived in four different countries to date (Canada, the UK, New Zealand and now Australia). I’ve started an ongoing personal photography project dubbed “Melbourne Town,” to photograph the city and capture the things about it that I either love or find fascinating or are just plain ‘Melburnian’.

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Art photography - Elephant hunting with Melbourne zoo Mali in the city

Elephant hunting with Melbourne Zoo’s “Mali in the City”

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One the of things we love about living in Melbourne is that there’s ALWAYS something cool happening. Like a few weeks ago, when colourful elephant statues started popping up all over the city. This year is the 150th anniversary of Melbourne Zoo, and as part of the celebrations the zoo folk created a fun public art project, named “Mali in the City” after Mali, the first elephant calf ever born at Melbourne Zoo.

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Sharon in an alleyway in North Melbourne, our new stomping grounds

Image Workshop moves to Melbourne!

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Exciting things are afoot at the Image Workshop! After a year of deliberation, investigation and consternation following the somewhat apocalyptic Christchurch earthquake of 22 February 2011, we’ve decided to shift our operations ‘across the ditch’ to the beautiful city of Melbourne, Australia.

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"Imagination is more important than knowledge."

~ Albert Einstein

Corporate headshot … with tattoos!

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Recently I was on site at a software company doing corporate headshots of their staff. Your typicial vanilla corporate headshot setup with a plain background, softbox up high, 100mm lens for head & shoulders shots, yadda yadda. One of the employees, Craig, had some pretty impressive tattoos on his arms. I’m a fan of nice ink so after doing his headshot I suggested we take a couple minutes to roll up his sleeves and grab…

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Image Workshop Melbourne Photography on FStoppers

Our name in lights! Image Workshop featured on Fstoppers

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We’re super excited and exchanging giddy high-fives today because Image Workshop has been featured on photography industry uber-website Fstoppers.  Zoiks! We recently produced a cool behind- the-scenes video of a shoot we did with the Damaged Duo circus company. We entered our BTS video in the annual Fstoppers Behind-the-Scenes video contest (the contest deadline served as a timely kick-in-the-butt to actually get our video finished) – and it’s just been selected by the Fstoppers team…

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Image Workshop - PR and marketing images for NV Interactive (1)

PR shots – NV Interactive digital agency

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Since the devastating earthquake in Christchurch in February 2011, the good guys at digital agency NV Interactive have been working with the New Zealand Ministry of Culture and Heritage to help people share their personal earthquake experiences online with a website project called Quake Stories. As well as helping people come to terms with the devastating events of that day, the project will be an incredibly valuable resource for future historians. Image Workshop was asked…

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