His engaging nature and focused energy enables him to work with a variety of clients whilst always staying true to his individual style
He produces images that appear to show a timeless quality. Distinctly elegant, it is both classic and contemporary in style.
Chris is very much a team player and respected by his fellow peers. He meets and usually exceeds his client’s expectations.
‘The Kapa Effect’ describes the je ne sais quoi that comes with every Kapa shoot. Born busy, Kapa is a photographer with an inexhaustible store of energy and enthusiasm. His prolific body of work is a testament to his talent and unstoppable drive. Across a raft of style and subject matter, Kapa’s ability to harness his passion through the lens delivers distinct shots with impact and inspiration. Whatever the brief, once captured by Kapa, you’ll never look back.
Matt’s work across multiple mediums has a clear focus from the primary and early conceptual stage through to the final image based solution.
Matt graduated with distinction from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with a degree in Art Direction and Copywriting where his skills have provided him with opportunity to work amongst multiple visual fields and and across various media throughout his career including the international advertising Industry as well as both the music and film worlds.
Matt works in an exclusive digital environment using equipment powered by electricity, light but thankfully not steam. He offers a diverse range of skills in the areas of Art Direction, Illustration, Design, Retouching, Photography, Animation and Film. When busy working late into the night he often laments the lack of hours in the day… alongside a lack of extra working limbs.
This early exposure to the inner workings of theatre, cinema, art and photography production allowed Rudi to observe the way images are constructed and to understand how performance can create collective desire, fear and nostalgia.
From 2012 – 2015, Rudi completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Victorian College of the Arts specialising in photography. While studying she began to work in the colour darkroom to make large-scale prints of images taken on the street with her 35mm camera and inside neglected cinemas with her 5×4 view camera. She was interested in filtering what she was learning at art school through the darkroom process, each print like an illuminated screen in a dormant cinema.
She started lecturing in the photography department at Monash University in 2017, introducing students to the history, theory and practical foundations of the black and white darkroom. The subject required students to choose their own research topic to explore the potential for 35mm black and white film to aid the exploration of liminal ideas.