Photo & Video
Posted by Paul Drury
30. Nov, 2012
Despite taking pics since he was a wee young thing, Greg Bricknall didn’t start getting serious about photography until a few years back, when a faltering career as a muso left him looking for other creative outlets.
In a professional known for its die-hards on both sides, Greg’s pretty diplomatic about the craft and shoots on both film and digital cameras, uses natural and artificial light and covers a wide variety of subjects. He’ll even work with kids and animals.
The local snapper tells us he prefers to work with a minimal kit and is working on developing a style that links together the different strands of his photography – a process he describes as a constant work in progress.
Greg’s recently been documenting the work spaces of creative types, and is gearing up to spend 2013 traveling and shooting.
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The new kid on the Collingwood bar block Dingo's Bar proudly celebrates the kitschy iconic Australian pop culture we love.
Claypots Barbarossa is one of those venues in Melbourne that works for nearly every occasion.
Movenpick are giving away over 5,000 scoops of ice-cream across their 23 boutiques this Monday!
Singer, songwriter and comedic genius Jude Perl will launch her debut album Modern Times at The Toff in Town.
Milk Bar Mag got to speak with JackJackJack's singer Maggie Baines about their upcoming show at the St Kilda Festival.