Angus Young – Production Stills Photographer

Angus Young – Production Stills Photographer

Angus Young – Production Stills Photographer

Thanks for checking out my site. I’m a freelance photographer currently based in London, England. I specialise in creating film and television publicity still images.

You’ll love having me on your set because of my adherence to on-set protocols, and my ability to capture great images without interrupting the flow of your shoot.

My passion for photography was born though shooting live bands back in Brisbane, a less famous Australian state capital city. The joy of capturing performance has driven me throughout my photography career. I’ve photographed for Rolling Stone Magazine and been published in publications including Fasterlouder, Rave Magazine and Drum Media, The Economist and In Film.

I’ve also shot for internationally recognisable brands such as the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (The ABC), Jose Cuervo and Midori.

I know that being on set photographer is the role for me. I love to convey in my photos the emotion, ideas and the narrative created by cast and crew. I see my role as being to create images that will fill the production’s press packs and draw the world’s attention to your project.

For the most up to date list of what I’ve been working on and gallery links for each project see my Projects Page.

If you’ve got a great script, talented actors and crew then I’m very keen to work with you.

via Making Ugly – Screened for Cast and Crew » UK Production Stills Photographer.

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