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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"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
Australian photojournalist and PSC graduate Darrian Traynor currently works with renowned global brand Getty Images and has his work featured in publications by Fairfax Media, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and The Guardian. He is also a seasoned sports photographer, shooting AFL, cricket and rugby games around the country.
Creative lighting on location was theme-of-the-month for Advanced Diploma Photojournalism majors in August.
On Anzac Day, PSC PJ students covered commemorative events at various locations throughout Melbourne. The resulting multimedia video, edited by Fairfax Senior Producer Tom McKendrick, was featured on the home page of The Age website
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Recent PSC PJ graduates talk about their work experience as interns at The Age newspaper
PSC PJ students are shown here working together to produce a multimedia video of ANZAC Day events for The Age newspaper.
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Five students from the 2014 Photojournalism Major class have been selected by Picture Editor Leigh Henningham for summer internships at The Age.