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Photographer of the week: Michelle Grace Hunder

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Michelle Grace Hunder is a self taught Melbourne based photographer who first picked up a camera two years ago. As a former model, Michelle draws on the experience of being on the other side of the lens, and one of her favourite things about photography is the connection and trust between photographer and model.

Michelle has a passion for shooting fashion, portraiture and live music, especially the local hip hop scene, and is currently involved in a portrait series shooting Melbourne identities and personalities.

See more of Michelle’s work here:
michellegracehunder.com.au
facebook.com/MichelleGraceHunderPhotography
@MichelleGHunder


Art & Design

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Andy Matthews and Matt Stewart – Logistical Nightmare

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Daniel Crooks: Phantom Ride

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Entertainment

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Bright World

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Soothplayers

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