Shanghai based photojournalist and Redbrickstock contributor Dave Tacon has been documenting stories of interest for the world’s leading media outlets for over 10 years now. Dave says that he is driven by his love for travel along with his curiosity about the world, and desire to give a voice to those who would otherwise have none.
Dave has covered assignments such as the confronting post-war scenes of Sierra Leone, the tribal culture of the Kamea people in the remote mountains of Papua New Guinea, the undocumented migrants departing from the west coast of Africa in hope of finding a better life, the spiritual significance of indigenous Australian communities and as featured below the contrast of streetscapes and portraits across Asia.
Dave’s work has been highly awarded and is held in permanent collections including The National Portrait Gallery of Australia and the The National Library of Australia.
This graphic aerial shot was taken by award winning nature photographer and Redbrickstock contributor Darren Jew!
When one of Australia’s largest life insurer’s, TAL Services recently opened their new Brisbane offices they chose us to supply their feature wall mural images. The interior design cleverly incorporated iconic Brisbane cityscapes from Redbrickstock contributors Josh Woning, Les Pink and Stefan Jannides respectively.
This month’s pic is from Redbrickstock contributor and fine art photographer Liam Lynch!
We love this new black and white shot from Redbrickstock contributor Frank Faller. Sometimes less is more!
One of the fun and interesting things about stock are the unpredictable client requests – you never quite know where and how they will want to use our images. This was one of our more unusual ones … next time you are at the Brisbane International Airport be sure to check out the new large scale bathroom murals which are a feature of the BAC’s new refurbishment. The images featured here are from Redbrickstock contributors Frank Faller, Steffen Binke and Andrew Shield respectively.
This late afternoon scene photographed in country Australia is a from our collection of indigenous Australian images which focuses on community, vocations, health, lifestyle and education – all of which are model released.
Redbrickstock contributor and press photographer Patria Jannides has been documenting the Balinese culture and lifestyle as well as working on a personal project with local dog refuges (which we will bring to you in a future blog). Over the years Patria has gained a great rapport with the Balinese and made some good friends. Here are some of the people she has met along the way …
This stormy scene along the Great Ocean Road was taken by Redbrickstock contributor Barbara Dawn.
This majestic canyon was photographed by Redbrickstock contributor Les Pink during his travels through South-West America.