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The Body and The Lens

Posted by Social Media on 13/06/2019 6:00:00 PM

Former acrobat and PSC graduate Aaron Walker has found his niche in photographing the body and movement. He experiments with complex rigging and lighting mixed with high-end fashion. His work shows the body as almost super human but also fragile. Read about why he changed career from aerial acrobatics coach to professional photographer, how he grew his business while studying, and how he did some of his most physically demanding and emotionally sensitive shoots.

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Cutting My Teeth in Documentary Photography for Human Rights Events With Amnesty

Posted by Social Media on 30/05/2019 5:45:00 PM

Martika Shakoor, PSC Advanced Diploma student, talks about her experience with the PSC/Amnesty International Australia Photographers Network. She is a second-generation Afghan who is specialising in photojournalism and documentary photography. Along with her keen interest in human rights, she was an ideal candidate to be trained by Amnesty International as a volunteer photographer, given photographic briefs and accompany active campaigners to document events. Continuing this year, this initiative aims to provide PSC students with new opportunities to gain experience as working photographers and extend their network. 

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PART TIME COURSE INFO SESSIONS

Posted by Mandarine Montgomery on 24/10/2018 5:30:00 PM

Spring is in the air and that means sunshine, blue skies and fun activities and now is the perfect time to get organised for 2019. If you have always been interested in photography (whether as a hobby or potential career change) but not sure where to start, join us at our upcoming

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Part time student Stephanie Tuite: Why she's happy to be at PSC

Posted by Mandarine Montgomery on 03/10/2018 7:16:40 PM

Stephanie Tuite started her Part Time photography course this year and when we asked her about her experiences at PSC, she was only too willing to fill us in on what it's like as an older student with a busy lifestyle, deciding to take a leap into the creative world of photography.

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Hanh boatman | How a love of photography is helping expand her skills in her current career

Posted by Mandarine Montgomery on 24/09/2018 7:16:33 PM

"Studying part-time at PSC has given me a great platform to develop my photography skills and meet a range of wonderful people."

Hanh Boatman is enjoying her newfound knowledge and friendships she has formed while studying. We catch her for a quick chat...


What led you to enrol in a photography course?

As an Interior Designer who has worked in London, I found myself wanting to expand my artistic flare. I am a creative individual who has always adored the visual arts, therefore it was only natural for me to pursue my other passion, which is photography. As an expatriate who’s had the privilege to live throughout Asia, Europe and Australia, I found myself wanting to 

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Taylor on The Benefits of Joining our Bachelor Pathway Program

Posted by Social Media on 22/07/2016 4:55:23 PM

Taylor Ferne Morris graduated with her Advanced Diploma in 2013 and has been winning numerous awards internationally, such as the Top prize in Studio Photography at the Your Move Exhibition/Awards (2015)(USA), 5th Place overall at The International Loupe Awards. ‘Illustrative category’ (2012) as well as silver awards at this international competition and at the Australian Institute of Professional Photography in the same year. Taylor's work has been featured in publications such as Dance Magazine (New York), Dance Australia, Fashion Journal, Yen Magazine, Home Living and Home Lifestyle. After travelling to New York for various professional assignments, in 2015 Taylor decided to come back to PSC to enrol in our Bachelor Pathway Program, to further enhance her skills while getting a more comprehensive qualification, which is something she realised she needed after working in the industry.

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Topics: part time photography, The Australian Ballet, bachelor degree, photographer, photography, Students

Taylor on The Benefits of Joining our Bachelor Pathway Program

Posted by Social Media on 22/07/2016 4:55:23 PM

Taylor Ferne Morris graduated with her Advanced Diploma in 2013 and has been winning numerous awards internationally, such as the Top prize in Studio Photography at the Your Move Exhibition/Awards (2015)(USA), 5th Place overall at The International Loupe Awards. ‘Illustrative category’ (2012) as well as silver awards at this international competition and at the Australian Institute of Professional Photography in the same year. Taylor's work has been featured in publications such as Dance Magazine (New York), Dance Australia, Fashion Journal, Yen Magazine, Home Living and Home Lifestyle. After travelling to New York for various professional assignments, in 2015 Taylor decided to come back to PSC to enrol in our Bachelor Pathway Program, to further enhance her skills while getting a more comprehensive qualification, which is something she realised she needed after working in the industry.

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Topics: part time photography, The Australian Ballet, bachelor degree, photographer, photography, Students

Jason Bran-Cinaed on Exploring Photography in the Bachelor Pathway

Posted by Social Media on 08/07/2016 2:48:02 PM

Jason Bran- Cinaed has recently completed his Bachelor Pathway Program at PSC, submitting his final folio assessment last month. He is currently in the process of developing his work for the upcoming exhibition 'Pathways' with his classmates in the Photography collective, Project 17.

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Topics: part time photography, top institute, Award winning, melbourne, Students

Jason Bran-Cinaed on Exploring Photography in the Bachelor Pathway

Posted by Social Media on 08/07/2016 2:48:02 PM

Jason Bran- Cinaed has recently completed his Bachelor Pathway Program at PSC, submitting his final folio assessment last month. He is currently in the process of developing his work for the upcoming exhibition 'Pathways' with his classmates in the Photography collective, Project 17.

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Topics: part time photography, top institute, Award winning, melbourne, Students

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