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Andrew Richardson

Director of Photography

Background Crossfire Photography was established more than 20 years ago by Principal Photographer Andrew Richardson and has been based in our Rushcutters Bay studio, Sydney since 1992 – we also have a North Side Studio & Production office at Greenwich.

Pricing: We have been in business for years because we offer competitive pricing for quality work - call or email to discuss your next project.

Qualifications Andrew obtained his photographic qualifications from Sydney TAFE whilst working with Fairfax Papers, he also holds a B.Commerce UNSW and was a member of the ACMP for more than a decade. Director Monique Richardson holds a B.Commerce (Marketing) UNSW and our trusty senior assistants also have formal qualifications in photography.

Studio Facilities include off-street parking, level access to the studio from the loading dock, cyclorama, digital post production facilities, makeup room, digital cameras, tungsten and Bowens / Profoto strobe lighting - these facilities are available to hire as Oswald & Barcom Studio's.

Location Facilities include a 12V Strobe, Mac Powerbooks and a Photo Boat - used mainly by our affiliated business Photo Nautical.

Two Decades Of Digital Photography We have worked with digital cameras for almost two decades. Our first professional digital camera was the Kodak DCS200 which was the first untethered 1.5MP digital camera SLR released in 1995!

Clients include corporations in media, rural, industrial, shipping, fashion and motor vehicles. From Australian corporations including ABC Radio & Woodside LTD to multinationals such as BMW and Time Warner. Our regular retail catalogue clients frequently have print runs exceeding 2 million and it's our low stress timely delivery of quality images that supports the profitable catalogue process.

 

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I'm the small guy

In studio with "The Big Marn" Darryl Brohman

 

Exhibitions 2016 & 2017 - Andrew has exhibited solo as part of the Greenwich Village Arts Trail and his last year pop up gallery had more than 650 visitors over the first weekend in November. It is a great opportunity to display and sell work that is purely creative - some of the signature prints are also on show at the Oswald & Barcom Gallery throughout the year.

One of Andrews first solo exhibitions was "Images of Australian Rural Woman" which was launched from the ABC Radio at Ultimo and traveled throughout Australia - this three year series covered the lives of Australian Rural Women from every state of Australia. Sponsored by QANTAS, NSW Arts Council and ABC Radio. Andrew also had a solo exhibition launching a Men of League calendar featuring sixteen leading Rugby League players – more than 20,000 calendars were sold.

Nothing is quite a nice as dropping into an exhibition with prints hanging on the walls however Social Media & Online is the simplest forum for exhibitions so naturally I also have a bunch of time consuming instagram accounts including Tenbuckalley Outbackjunkie Photonautical Oswaldbarcom CrossfirePhotographyAustralia and the TENBUCKALLEY you tube channel.

Editorial work has been produced for a range of publications including ACP's Money Magazine, Momentum, Various Newspaper Magazines, Modern Boating, Power Boat, NZ Sea Spray, Pacific Motor-Yachting, Ocean Magazine, Personal Investor, Shares House & Garden and Vogue Living and many more.

If you are keen to find out more about Crossfire Photography we are only too happy to email JPGs more specific to your brief and provide a more detailed biography with rates. Better still – give us a call on +61 2 9360 7447 or mobile 0408 284 256.