Tracey Johnson: Photographer
With artists in my family I was lucky enough to be born with the creative gene. Picking up my first camera as a wee child, drawing for classmates and always pottering around with some sort of project.
Now, in my adulthood I am no different. Constantly searching for a creative challenge and adding my own brand of quirk to every facet of life. I began my professional journey with Photography and am now introducing Graphic Design into my bag of tricks! At present I’m a photographic retoucher by day, Graphic Designer by night and Photographer by weekend. Life is hectic – but I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Christian Carney: Photographer
Christian is a freelance photographer based in Sydney, Australia.
Although adaptable to any project, Christian is known for his creativity and capturing raw beauty. Coming from a fashion background, getting involved in fashion/portraiture projects through styling and unique concepts is where he shines. Check out more of his work here.
Jamie Yates: Creative Stylist
When I was 11 I put together my own little magazine using an un-used schoolbook and clippings from my mum’s magazines. I wrote articles on friendships, my favourite movies and (of course) a “must-have” wardrobe guide. I guess from a young age I have always enjoyed the act of creating or sharing something beautiful – those creative juices have been flowing from the beginning.
Now as an adult, my career has traveled through various creative avenues, more recently settling in food and writing. I find myself always experimenting with different artistic ideas and paths; it’s incredibly exciting to discover new ways to exert that craftiness inside of me.
Tuscany Gray, (or sometimes, Noir) is a Melbourne-based freelance commercial photographer.
Tuscany is experienced in both studio-based and on-location work; whether it be look-books for a fashion label, still-life product shoots, musicians portraits, or more creative collaboration of experimentation; and seasonal fashion campaigns, documenting a special wedding day and family photo sessions, to live music festivals, and corporate events.
She completed a Bachelor of Photography in 2011 at Griffith University’s Queensland College of Arts, with a major in Commercial Advertising, and a minor in Photojournalism. During this degree, she was fortunate to produce work with a range of clients, while also starting a successful photography website which covered many fashion events, music gigs, and festivals both locally in QLD and interstate.
As a free-lance photographer she loves to sink her teeth into a new challenges, evident in her wide range of work, also in forthcoming months she is planning to work with some upcoming not-for-profit organisations, as she would like to utilise her skill to help those less fortunate in our world.