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Photo of Ben Marden Ben Marden Full time professional stills photographer
0409977911

Professional Credits: Currently having a break from competitions… 2011 Australia’s Top Photographers Finalist (Capture Mag) 2010 10 Bronze’s & 1 Silver; International Aperture Awards 2010 4 Accolades of Excellence; WPPI Las Vegas International 2010 Australia’s Top Photographers Finalist (Capture Mag) 2009 Australia’s Top Photographers Finalist (Capture Mag) 2008 Australia’s Top Photographers Finalist (Capture Mag) 2007 AIPP NSW Funny Photo of the Year 2006 AIPP ACT Wedding Photographer of the Year 2006 AIPP ACT Wedding Album of the Year 1996 Kangaroo Valley Gumboot Throwing Champion (true!)

http://www.benmarden.com.au

Rasa Mauragis
0409323216
Photo of Moonbah Hut Moonbah Hut
(02) 6457 8311

Waterfront log cabin accommodation available in the Snowy Mountains, also available as a shooting location.

Photo of Ms Tara Moore Tara Moore Lead Dancer
0414 527 481

We are a group of local’s sharing our passion and love of West African drum and dance rhythms.

We offer performances along with drum and dance classes and workshops.

We acknowledge our teacher ‘Mohamed Bangoura’ who’s from Conakry, Guinea, West Africa who is happy for us to pass on his culture.

We often organise Mohamed to visit the area and offer workshops in both drumming and dancing.…

Photo of Dr Louise Morris Louise Morris Artistic Director
0439312315

Louise is a theatre maker, vocalist and site-specific installation artist based in Tanja, NSW whose current practice responds to local stories, place making and belonging for communities and audiences. Morris’s inter-disciplinary artistic practice employs an archeological approach that reveals layers of community memory through multi-sensory experiences of found objects, performance, video projection, photography, sound art and live contemporary music.…