The Get Well Tree Book

Evie Gleeson (5) and Indy Dawes (4) met through adversity. These young girls were both undergoing treatment for childhood cancer at the same hospital. Over a period of two and a half years, the girls became close friends. They are now cancer free and want other children to find hope through their story. The Heart Project team came […]

The Get Well Tree

12 Photographers from The Heart Project come together to share the story of Evie and Indy, who fought leukaemia and WON! The full project will be released in October You are invited to join us for The Get Well Tree Launch at Monash Children’s Hospital The Get Well Tree Book Launch Event Where: Monash Children’s Hospital – Clayton […]

Karley’s Diary – Day 7

Ah it’s the weekend already – I can’t believe it! Today wasn’t so much a photography day as it was a travel day to get myself from Los Angeles to San Diego to start the second chapter of my new life as a photographer! We checked out of our lovely hotel, the Sofitel Los Angeles in […]

Karley’s Diary – Day 1

This experience would not have been possible without the generous support of Accor Plus. Accor Plus is the most expansive travel, dining and lifestyle program in the Asia Pacific, enabling you to do more, in more incredible ways imaginable. To find out more about the program visit their website.  Today Mum and I made the long trip […]

Photographer’s Workshop

The heART Project Workshop (Australia wide) is set to be a most amazing, life changing workshop experience. This exclusive workshop is restricted to those that fulfil the compositing pre-requisites. We believe this event will take your compositing work to the next level in a way you never imagined possible. Would you like to learn how to […]

Dare To Dream

Joshua was born with a Vein of Galen Malformation.  He has a malformation in the blood vessels of his brain that steals blood from the rest of the brain. He has had 6 strokes, left weakness, epilepsy, intellectual disabilities.  He is the eldest surviving child with his condition in Australia.  Joshua’s condition is now considered progressive as […]