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In pursuit of her “ultimate goal” to become a professional photographer, Anne Papadakis, a graduate of Advanced Diploma in Photography in December 2023 from Photography Studies College (PSC), is embracing a continuous learning journey.
Twenty-seven-year-old Cody O’Brien is “at the tail end” of studying for a bachelor’s degree in photography at Photography Studies College (PSC), and will soon celebrate the completion of three years at the institution.Read More
Hailing from Wagga Wagga in rural New South Wales, Tom Craft, 20, describes coming of age in a deeply conservative and religious environment.Read More
When it comes to travelling there is nothing Ellina den Toom loves more, although capturing her adventures on camera is a close second.Read More
Dani Watson may have only just picked up a camera in late 2016, but in this short time she has gone on to become “one to watch” in the photography world.Read More
Outside of his corporate career, Mark Stevens occasionally dabbled in photography, but it wasn’t until he retired that he could jump at the opportunity to chase his passion.Read More
Inspiration can come from a range of different places, and for Photography Studies College (PSC) student Peter Waters the moment that sparked his interest in photography came during a visit to the NGV exhibition, An incomplete world.Read More