I realised a little earlier today that I’ve never put any pics up of our studio, here on King William Road. So here’s one that gives a bit of an idea. It’s slowly coming along. We’ve knocked out a wall and are gradually sorting out lighting and prints for the walls. It still needs some more furniture and a touch of style that I don’t possess, but we are getting there. We have 3 offices and our central gallery area which you are now looking at (projector soon to replace the TV)....

A relatively new client, Genworth approached us to photograph their recent event held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, where Michael Clarke, captain of the Australian cricket team, spent time with Genworth’s clients and staff, signing bats and giving a talk offering insight into his life as an elite sportsman and the cricket industry. Our assignment was to be on hand for any photo opportunities should staff or clients wish to have a photo with Michael, as well as document the event details, presenters and the general fun of the day.

{Adelaide Event Photographers | National Wine Centre} We work with some fantastic organisations and companies and the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) have been a client for well over 6 years now. Each year they hold a graduation for their MBA students and it’s our pleasure to capture the detail of the event, the presentations and the proud graduates with their shiny new certificates and families.

What an amazing piece of art this is. I found this via a link on my photo lab’s site and wanted to share it with you all. Aside from the truly beautiful perspective by photographer Todd Heisler I just love the story told by both the images and Mr Cotton himself. Hope you enjoy. Click the picture below to view.    ...

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