General Info


Why I deliver

I listen. The key to great images is a clear vision & understanding of your brief. I listen to your brief and ask questions to ensure that my focus is clear and your expectations are met.  This also allows me to contribute creative ideas and concepts to go beyond the expected outcome.

Experience. I bring experience from many different photography disciplines; live music, portraits and headshots, architecture, event and editorial just to list a few. I’m a regular contributor to print and web magazines and work with some of the best organisations in Australia. I have extensive experience outside photography that I also draw upon to better my service and product.  Every assignment benefits from experience and gives my clients confidence in the outcome.

Professionalism. I come from a professional background; I’m also an Architect!  I know how to look after you, manage deliverables and ensure consistent, quality photography for my clients. I value promptness, courtesy, respect and reputation – because this is my passion, not just some job.

Great service. In addition to quality images, I offer personalised service [just call me], prompt production & delivery and ongoing support for every one of my clients.

What I Deliver

Images can be delivered in many different formats to suit your specific needs.

Electronic files. Generally, high and low resolution Jpeg files are offered as follows:

High Resolution [print & media] – Jpeg, sRGB, 300dppi, physical size varies

Low Resolution [email & web] – Jpeg, sRGB, 72dppi, 1024 pixels long edge

Hardcopy. Prints, canvases and photobooks can be created in many different shapes, sizes and economies for any assignment.  Price lists are available upon request.

How I Deliver

77 Photography can offer quick turnaround by employing intelligent and systematic workflows.  Photos can be made available immediately after postproduction via a Dropbox facility.  This allows secure, convenient and prompt online delivery of photos that can be quickly distributed or downloaded for use.  For more information about Dropbox, check out this link.

Photos are also delivered on a DVD for use and archive purposes.