Photo & Video
Posted by Paul Drury
15. Feb, 2013
Melbourne and Adelaide-based photographer Josie Withers spends most of her time creating beautiful fashion, lifestyle and architectural images.
“I love my job. Working freelance provides me with variety and opportunities to challenge myself and evolve,” Josie tells us. Over the years Josie’s work has appeared in print and online with publications including Artichoke, GQ Australia and Broadsheet in Melbourne and Sydney.
She also reckons meeting new people and discovering new locations make her job pretty swell.
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