Chris has been a Photographer for over ten years.
“I am proud nanny of two grand babies.
I am also member of Heartfelt, NAPCP(National Assoc of Professional Child Photographer)
Member of International Association of Newborn Photographers.
Chris attended photography classes at Northern Rivers Community College in NSW,
as well as the National Geographic photography workshop in Santa Fe,
USA under the guidance of renowned photography instructors Joe McNally, Jerry Courvoisier, and Carlan Tapp.
While attending Northern Rivers Community College, I won first place in photography section in the Northern Rivers Art Awards of 2005.
Digital artwork titled “Flowery Bubbles” was also highly commended at the Northern Rivers Art Awards.
Kodak selected my work, and it was shown as “Kodak’s Picture of the Day” at TIMES SQUARE NEW YORK.
In 2006 I was the GRAND PRIZE WINNER of the 2006 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANEL, ASIA SONY IN FOCUS International Photo Contest.
In 2007 I was selected as a finalist for the ‘Photography Vibes’ contest and her work was published in the ‘Photography Vibes’ book in 2007.
2007: Five images were selected as semi-finalists in the Shell Wildlife UK competition
2007: I won various awards in local shows, as well as a Grand Prize Award, called the People Choice award. Voted by the viewers.
2008 First Place in Portrait Section at Alstonville Show and more
2010 was selected as a finalist for the “Photography Vibes” contest and my work was published in the “Photography Vibes” book.”
Chris’s work can be viewed on links provided
Lani is a proud mum of two gorgeous little girls.
She has loved photography for as long as she can remember
She just loves taking photos!
“I really wanted to capture those precious moments of my girls growing up and
thought I should extend the offer to my family and now my friends.
I want to share with everyone the wonderful people in my life and something I am passionate about – creating those special memories to last a lifetime!
I work with natural lighting and focus more on the candid moments rather than creating posed images, I just love how raw and true those moments are.”
Has won numerous awards at Exposed Photographic Challenges.
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