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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.


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