Sep 16, 2019 /
Sam I Am will be joining the Extinction Rebellion contingent to the Global Climate Strike, where we’ll stand in solidarity with School Strikers, Unions, Australia and the world to stand up and confront the climate crisis!
“The truth is: the natural world is changing. And we are totally dependent on that world. It provides our food, water and air. It is the most precious thing we have and we need to defend it.” (David Attenborough)
Australia is on the front lines of the Climate Emergency, and on September 20th, we’ll tell the government that we need a new, fossil-free future to ensure a sustainable future for all Australians.
The air we breathe, the water we drink, the earth we plant in, the food we eat, and the beauty and diversity of nature that nourishes our psychological well-being, all are being corrupted and compromised by the political and economic systems that promote and support our modern, consumer-focussed lifestyles.
We must act while we still can. What we are seeing now is nothing compared to what could come.
The Extinction Rebellion contingent will meet at 11am at the south side of Hyde Park, near the Pool of Reflection.
“I want you to act as you would in a crisis. I want you to act as if our house is on fire. Because it is.”
– Greta Thunberg
Sep 05, 2019 /
Alan McFetridge‘s work from On The Line has been featured in the September Issue of the RPS Journal. Titled “The Burning Issue”, the article discusses the theme behind McFetridge’s new photobook and promotes his upcoming exhibition in London. Check it out!
Sep 05, 2019 /
Benito Martin continues to capture the magic of makers across the globe in their creative elements, all completely unique and equally inspiring through their individual skill and talents.
Perennial creators Lillian Khallouf, Ashleigh Holmes and Holly Ryan are the most recent Makers shot by Benito for the Bed Thread’s series.
Aug 26, 2019 /
Let’s face it, females are way under-represented in pro photography.
At Sam I Am we think this kind of gender imbalance is well overdue for a makeover. That’s why we’re doing something positive to help rewrite the story for young women in photography. We’ve created Chapter One, a unique mentorship program designed to level the playing field and give the very best young female talent out there a new beginning to their stories. A genuine career kickstart they both need and deserve.
Chapter One offers something money can’t buy. A genuinely hands-on 1-on-1 experience within a commercial photography practice.
We’re offering a unique 3 month Mentorship Program where each successful applicant will be paired with a Sam I Am artist to gain invaluable knowledge via access to a range of diverse talent and skillsets – stylists, assistants, retouchers, producers, agency creatives and more – all successful, top-of-their-game and well known within the industry.
We’re looking for young women with visual stories they want to tell, or a series or image they want to produce. Over the three months you’ll have one-on-one access to your Sam I Am mentor who’ll help you develop it. Ultimately the final images will be shown at an exhibition attended by industry creatives.
If you are a young woman with passion, commitment and a visual story to tell we want to hear from you.
Download the application pack here:
Chapter One Application Pack
Download terms and conditions here:
Chapter One Terms and Conditions
Thank you to our partners for making this possible:
Aug 15, 2019 /
“Every day we’re caught between Devil’s Corner and the deep blue sea. But there’s really only ever one choice…”
Between the Tasman and the Tasmanian wilderness, Tobias Rowles captures the quaint scenery of a vineyard for Devil’s Corner’s new campaign.
Aug 14, 2019 /
Confident, carefree and flawless is exactly what David Cohen de Lara has captured for Philip’s in their most recent launch of the Ippon epilator.
Aug 02, 2019 /
Paul Barbera photographed Swiss-born artist, Olaf Breuning, as part of his ongoing project Where They Create. Breuning has had a number of solo exhibitions at galleries around the globe and been the focus for works such as “The Madness We Call Reality” at the NRW-Forum.
When asked what his dream project is, Breuning responded “anything that makes me feel good about myself and the time I live in”. Barbera photographed Breuning’s workspace, a newly converted double garage, and the plethora of half finished projects.
Jul 23, 2019 /
Benito Martin has taken on an exciting new project shooting for Bed Thread’s new series The Makers. Each week, The Makers take you on an exclusive tour of the creative spaces of some of today’s innovators, artisans, and crafters from all different walks of life. Through his images, Benito endeavours to capture the magic of these makers within their creative abodes. From the floral virtuoso Emily Smith, digital artist Dina Broadhurst, to design guru and editor Talisa Sutton, each is celebrated for their unique talents and distinctive style through the creative lens of Benito.
Jul 16, 2019 /
Food and Lifestyle Photographer Benito Martin shoots for Good Pair Days, a personalised monthly wine club where wine tailored to your individual taste is delivered to your doorstep.
Benito takes wine lovers on a visual journey with vibrant, quirky still lives of every different drop. His images are both light and bold, capturing the different characteristics of every wine, from full-bodied red, to the clean and sharp notes of riesling that pair perfectly with zingy grapefruit.
Benito shot both the lifestyle and packaging images for the brand. You can find more about Good Pair Days and all it has to offer here.
Jul 05, 2019 /
Sam I Am invites you to join photographer Alan McFetridge in celebrating the launch of his new photobook On The Line, and the opening of his exhibition Dead End, in Kinokuniya’s Wedge Gallery.
The work is a culmination from his research project on fire ecology shot across Australia and Canada. A hauntingly beautiful array of large-scale photographs and camera-less photograms create an acute awareness of the dangers of fossil fuels to social, economic and political stability.
It would be a pleasure to see you there.
Book Launch and Private View
Thursday 25 July, 5:30pm – 8pm, exhibition continues until Tuesday 6 August
Wedge Gallery and Kinokuniya Books
Level 2, The Galeries, 500 George St
Sydney, NSW 2000