Photo & Video
Posted by Dan Kuseta
27. Jul, 2012
Peter Tarasiuk comes from a blue collar background and didn’t decide on a career in photography until he walked away from a traveling sales job three years ago.
‘I needed to do something that fed my soul and not only my pocket I was blessed to fall in with an amazing group of photographers who became mentors and now friends,’ says Peter.
The Melburnian is most interested in photographing people and interiors, and has recently moved into shooting food, trying to balance his commercial work with more creative projects.
Peter’s currently work on a group and solo show for later this year, and you can see more of his work at ptphotography.com.au.
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