Photo & Video
Posted by Paul Drury
28. Sep, 2012
Jo Duck is a fashion photographer inspired by cinema, music and light. An avid researcher, Jo is renowned for her dedicated approach to pre-production, enabling her to create atmospheric narratives that deliver beyond the brief.
Jo’s work has appeared in Fallen, Frankie and Vice. Commercial clients include Nike, Bardot, The National Gallery of Victoria and The Australian Ballet.
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