In our final episode, David Leyshon catches up with photographer Jo Duck around keeping life light, doing all the things (except sourdough), using family as talent, and the big questions that come up in difficult times.
“… if you made a book what would your book be? It’s an off the cuff question that’s really stuck with me. And made me rethink what is it that I actually want to put into the world. Am I doing it? And how could I do it better?”
In our first in a series of industry conversations during COVID-19, Melbourne Studio and Rental Manager David Leyshon speaks to photographer Tracey Lee Hayes about how she’s navigated the experience of lockdown, the best ways she’s found to use time and opportunities for those in the industry to support each other during and after the pandemic.
Victorian photographer Sean Paris caught the eye of our judges and was awarded Highly Commended for his series Melbourne Race Rallies. We caught up with him for more information on his topical, powerful work. Catch the exhibition in Melbourne from November 2.
Andy Taylor has swum with leopard seals and four metre crocodiles ten metres below the surface. He’s been arrested by the KGB, kidnapped by the IRA, and shot down in a plane. But he has never doubted his commitment to cinematography.