I love how the RNA have used my images from the EKKA! Good work Lamp Creative.
Seesaw Photography brings together the creative energy and passion of Paul Harris and Gabriele Charotte, two photographers driven by limitless imagination. Their unique images are exciting, distinctive and evocative. Whether improvising or working closely to a brief, Paul and Gabi partner with you to create with confidence. Constantly searching for new and innovative ways to help you stand out from the crowd, they share your excitement and will work with you to refine your ideas and translate your creative vision into a clear and memorable message. With a commitment to quality, efficiency and exceptional customer service, Paul and Gabi guarantee a smooth and enjoyable photographic experience that delivers exceptional results.
With more than 20 years experience in conceptual and press photography working on staff at the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and various Canberra mastheads, Paul moved into commercial and advertising photography when he set up Seesaw with Gabi.
During his time with Fairfax Paul was posted to Parliament House Canberra, Melbourne and finally Brisbane. He has not only photographed news, features and sport assignments for the Fairfax mastheads, but also traveled overseas and around Australia with The Prime Minister and the Federal Treasurer. He has covered 3 Federal Election campaigns, following various key candidates around the country. He was asked up to Sydney to assist in capturing the 2000 Sydney Olympics. He has also covered natural disasters and political and social unrest overseas.
Paul loves to be involved in projects from the concept stage and to solve the creative and logistical problems in order to generate a series of images that are striking and tell a story.
After a short career in marketing in Paris and the Middle East, Gabi jumped into professional photography in Kuala Lumpur, first assisting a Japanese commercial photographer, then working for Reuters news agency covering amongst other assignments the 1998 Commonwealth Games.
She then moved to Australia and joined the Australian Financial Review. She spent 8 years in Sydney and Melbourne, shooting for the newspaper and various Fairfax Magazines such as Personal Investor and BRW where she developed a unique style of business portraiture and conceptual imagery.
She is now enjoying the thriving Brisbane creative scene after setting up Seesaw photography with Paul and has planted a veggie patch.
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