MEET YOUR INSTRUCTORS
Cam Attree is a Brisbane photographer who studied at the Queensland College of Art where he gained an Associate Diploma of Arts in Applied Photography. He is an AIPP Master Photographer III and over his career was named as the 1998 Australian Wildlife Photographer of the Year, the 2008 Queensland AIPP Portrait Photographer of the Year, the 2012 Creative Asia Landscape Photographer of the Year, 2013 RAW Australia Photographer of the Year, 2016 Queensland AIPP Fashion Photographer of the Year and is a current Australian Elinchrom Ambassador.
Cam has been focusing his photographic work on the human form for over 16 years, working on various projects, exhibitions and books during that time. Over the last few years he has lead photographic art nude retreats to New Zealand, Iceland and Tasmania. “My favourite style of art nude images involves combining the human form with the landscape, commonly referred to as Nudescapes, so I’m really looking forward to sharing those techniques on future adventures on behalf of Reveal.”
Tim Bradshaw is a professional photographer, published around the world in many magazines and books and a member of the AIPP. Having worked in the music industry for 25 years, Tim decided to follow his passion as a living a few years back and has been developing his unique style since then. He shoots many subjects and styles but one of his great passions is shooting the nude in landscape. “Art & drama – they have to work together for me. I need to feel a photo, not just see it.”
Finalist in the Nude International contest for 3 years running, semi-finalist in the Moran Prize, Finalist in the Fremantle Portraiture Prize amongst other achievements, Tim is really excited to be working with his colleague and good mate Cam in this new venture. “It’s a real mix of entertainment & events management – something I’ve been doing for years but to mix it with my love of great images is a amazing opportunity. So long as our clients leave with fantastic images and memories to match – our job is done.“