Matt Hrkac | photographer, filmmaker, writer
This sense of social responsibility also extends to my work and who I work with. As a client, whether it’s providing photography coverage for your event or producing a video or short film – the product you receive will be handled with accuracy and with ethics top of mind. Doing otherwise would be detrimental to my own reputation.
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.
Over the years, I’ve worked with numerous grassroots groups, collectives and organisations to cover their events and help bring publicity to their causes.
I shoot using the Sony A99 II and a7 IV. My work can be viewed below.
From functions, to coverage of public events and live performances, to portraits and headshots and more. I’ve also won a few awards along the way.
For me, ‘clients’ are merely people or groups I work with. I’ve worked with many people and organisations over the years and all have been very pleased with the results I’ve been able to deliver for them.
Films, Video and Digital Media
I’ve directed one short film so far, Locked On, a documentary on climate activism and direct action targeting ExxonMobil. The full film can be watched below:
I aim to respond to all substantial enquiries within 24 hours, though at times responses may take longer.
What people say
Media / Blog
Members of the Geelong community turn out in force to stand against racism and fascism in their town.
Close to 200 people defied draconian anti-forestry protest laws which came into effect on Saturday, participating in mass forest surveys.
Traffic in central Adelaide was brought to a standstill on Wednesday morning as an Extinction Rebellion activist abseiled off the the Morphett St bridge.