My Photography Showcase
My photography work covers a range of different themes and subject matter, and my style across all of my work can be broadly described as photojournalistic – capturing people and scenes in the moment and as the action is unfolding. My work can be viewed below.
I shoot using the Sony A99 II and A-mount lenses.
I cover many different events and actions in and around Melbourne, Geelong and regional Victoria. Whether it’s related to workers rights, the environment and climate change, refugees, First Australians’ justice, or anything in between. View more.
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“We have hired Matt as an on set and stills photographer on many of our film sets. He is a delight and his work is of an exceptional quality.”
– Dia Taylor, Managing Director of Taymaynari Productions.
“Matt produced a series of short video clips for social media during my council election campaign. He produced a professional product with minimal direction, and a quick turnaround time. He was also really easy to work with, very responsive to queries and minor change requests. I’m really happy to recommend Matt’s work.”
– Melissa Cadwell, 2020 City of Greater Geelong Council Candidate.
Groups and organisations I’ve worked with (and who’ve used my work):
- Australian Services Union (ASU)
- Australian Unemployed Workers’ Union (AUWU)
- Blockade IMARC
- Campaign Against Racism and Fascism (CARF)
- Combined Refugee Action Group (CRAG)
- Extinction Rebellion (and various local and affinity groups)
- Fight Together For Justice
- Geelong Trades Hall
- National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU)
- Otways Climate Emergency Action Network (OCEAN)
- Refugee Action Collective Melbourne (RAC)
- School Strike For Climate (SS4C)
- Tamil Refugee Council
Refugee advocacy group Fight Together For Justice light lanterns – arranged to read “Let It Be Over” – at the front of the Park Hotel in Carlton, in support of the refugees are being detained there.
As Novak Djokovic faces court to appeal his cancelled visa – refugee activists continue with their presence at the Park Hotel in Carlton.
Novak Djokovic having his Visa rejected and ultimately being detained in the Park Hotel, in Carlton, where dozens of refugees have been detained for a number of years – has brought international attention to the Australian government’s treatment of people seeking asylum.