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Phil Ingram's Headshots

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Between 1912–1930 Sydney police photographed around 2,500 actual and suspected criminals. In the late 1980s the Historic Houses Trust rescued four tonnes of forensic crime negatives from a flooded warehouse in Lidcombe and relocated them to Sydney’s Justice & Police Museum. They remained unsorted and undocumented until Peter Doyle began a three year journey to uncover the stories behind them for his book, ‘City of Shadows: Sydney Police Photographs 1912-1948’.

Des portraits de criminels australiens dans les années 1920

Between 1912–1930 Sydney police photographed around 2,500 actual and suspected criminals. In the late 1980s the Historic Houses Trust rescued four tonnes of forensic crime negatives from a flooded warehouse in Lidcombe and relocated them to Sydney’s Justice & Police Museum. They remained unsorted and undocumented until Peter Doyle began a three year journey to uncover the stories behind them for his book, ‘City of Shadows: Sydney Police Photographs 1912-1948’.

An insider's guide to the Northern Beaches: Having recently worked across the Northern Beaches-shot fashion story One Summer from Vogue Australia’s February 2016 issue, Sydney producer Shayne Allen gives us his guide to the area.

An insider's guide to the Northern Beaches: Having recently worked across the Northern Beaches-shot fashion story One Summer from Vogue Australia’s February 2016 issue, Sydney producer Shayne Allen gives us his guide to the area.

Downstairs studio / study with two Arne Jacobsen chairs, originally from Oxford University.’  ‘The university were throwing 200 of them out’ explains Tim.  ‘A canny dealer spotted them and bought them for a pound each. Four of them made their way here, and they were a generous gift from my old radio station Nova when I left. Also pictured, my Ericson red phone, and what is that my ARIA award!! How did that get in shot?’ Photo – Eve Wilson, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Downstairs studio / study with two Arne Jacobsen chairs, originally from Oxford University.’ ‘The university were throwing 200 of them out’ explains Tim. ‘A canny dealer spotted them and bought them for a pound each. Four of them made their way here, and they were a generous gift from my old radio station Nova when I left. Also pictured, my Ericson red phone, and what is that my ARIA award!! How did that get in shot?’ Photo – Eve Wilson, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Screening in 2013 Sydney Film Festival ::  Saudi Arabian Film 'Wadjda' Is A Phenomenal Debut From An Exciting New Talent | The Playlist. I found it to be joyful and life affirming, an extraordinarily accomplished filmed, shot by Saudi's first female filmmaker who had to shoot outdoor scenes in a van, unable to be in public in many areas.

Screening in 2013 Sydney Film Festival :: Saudi Arabian Film 'Wadjda' Is A Phenomenal Debut From An Exciting New Talent | The Playlist. I found it to be joyful and life affirming, an extraordinarily accomplished filmed, shot by Saudi's first female filmmaker who had to shoot outdoor scenes in a van, unable to be in public in many areas.

Avoca Beach in Sydney during a storm

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Phil Ingram Photograhy - Model Nicole

Phil Ingram Photograhy - Model Nicole

Phil Ingram Photograhy - Model Nicole

Phil Ingram Photograhy - Model Nicole

Phil Ingram Photography - Model Hannah

Phil Ingram Photography - Model Hannah

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