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Photographer of the week: Max Milne

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Max Milne is a Preston-based photographer, and a very busy guy.

Max’s commercial work includes advertising, portraiture and documentary. He tells us he’s fascinated by how the media uses mythological stories and visual imagery.

In-between all this Max has been active in Melbourne visual art subcultures for the better part of the last decade, and pursues collaborations between photography and other art forms, especially performance/theatre.

He co-created the advertising promotion for Melbourne Fringe 2011 and recently worked on public art project The Stream/The Boat/The Shore/The Bridge for Next Wave Festival. He also does massive paste-ups.

At the moment Max is taking heaps of pics in the lead up to a new exhibition. Until then you can see more of his work at maxmilne.com.


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