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Photographer of the week: James Henry

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Melburnian James Henry comes from a line of artists, and two years ago he took the plunge and became a full time photographer. As a familiar face in the Melbourne Aboriginal community, James has been involved in a variety of work including shooting elders, festivals and exhibitions.

He’s currently working personal projects including landscape and fashion photography. You can check out more of his work at the links below.
jameshenryphotography.com.au
modelmayhem.com.


Art & Design

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2016/09/15/who-is-fitzy-fox/

Who Is Fitzy Fox?

Milk Bar Magazine speaks with Amelia Trompf, the author of the new children's book Who is Fitzy Fox?, set right here in Melbourne.

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2016/08/30/degas-a-new-vision/

Degas: A New Vision

The NGV has been filled with the talented Edgar Degas’ art containing 206 pieces of work.

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2016/08/24/melbourne-spring-fashion-week-2016/

Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2016

Prepare to be glamoured by the exclusive events that Melbourne Spring Fashion Week has in store for us all in 2016.

Entertainment

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2016/09/28/manful/

Manfül

"Dicky Rosenthal", motivational speaker and expert on manliness, has arrived in Australia for Melbourne Fringe.

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2016/09/27/journey-of-a-thousand-smiles/

Journey Of A Thousand Smiles

Jessica Hackett’s story in Journey of a Thousand Smiles details her heroic activism in her deeds in the treatment of asylum seekers and refugees.

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2016/09/26/deja-vu-and-other-forms-of-knowing/

Déjà Vu (And Other Forms of Knowing)

Performer Andi Snelling's one-person performance Deja Vu at Melbourne Fringe showed real talent through her exceptional body movement and facial expressions.