Darren Martin of Darren Martin Photography Shortlist Photographer

Bronte, New South Wales
4.5 out of 5

With a career as an award winning Creative Director behind him, Darren has a wealth of experience in Marketing & Photography. Over the years his passion for photography has grown and his body of work has been recognised at Australian & International Photography Award shows and competitions, and has been showcased on various blogs and websites.

With an eye for detail and composition, thanks to my background in art and design, my images are graphic in nature and always have maximum visual impact.

Specialising in TVC & Video Content shoot stills, building image libraries, travel, lifestyle & documentary photography, my images portray true slices of life.
My images have been published in Australian Traveller Magazine, Cumberland Newspapers, as well as various blogs and websites, and have also appeared in advertising campaigns for Fairfax Media (Sunday Telegraph & The Sydney Morning Herald Weekender Package), The Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Schick - Movember and Microsoft Office 365 for V8 Supercars.
Success includes a Top 20 finalist in the Australia Day ‘Living Australian’ 2010 photography competition as well as winning the Peoples Choice award, finalist in the international 2011 PBN ‘Photography Book Now’ travel photography book category, a finalist in the 2012 Sydney International Food Festival ‘Shoot the Chef’ competition, selected as an Australian winner in the 2011 ‘Corbis Creatives Behind the Lens’ competition as well as becoming an overall Top 10 regional winner. I've recently had my book "Keep on Rocking!", a photographic essay of contemporary 1950's culture, receive Top 10 finalist status at the 2013 Ballarat International Foto Biennale.
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