Through in the early stages of his career Lang remains optimistic that the enforced break will not interfere with his momentum in photography, or the progression of his career.
I still have that drive to take photos … I don’t think it’s set me back at all. It’s just one of those times no one has control over and we just have to roll with the punches and try to stay positive about it.
He has since moved to Sydney to continue working in New South Wales.
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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.
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