We take a stand against generic, boring staged photographs above your mantle. We take a stand for emotional, fun, crazy, enjoyment filled lives captured with passion and as unique as your love story. We are lovers first and it’s from there that our love of capturing every transient moment comes from.
I first got involved in photography about 15 years ago when I purchased my first camera, an SLR. I was then asked by a friend who couldn’t afford a photographer to photograph their wedding. I’d only had my camera a few months and definitely still had my training wheels on… READ MORE
Briggsy was born and bred in the Yarra Valley and couldn’t imagine living anywhere else. As soon as he started taking photos, he absolutely knew that this is what he want to do. Being fortunate enough to be able to give up ‘normal’ 9-5 life is an incredibly fulfilling and amazing feeling, to be living this dream each day.
Leah Ladson is a boss lady and photographer from Bendigo Australia. In this Shootzu podcast she speaks about the importance of setting limits between business and family life as a Work At Home Mum and in writing goals down to help them self-manifest. A business mentor, product and services photographer and a flatlay master, Leah started her photography business in wedding photography in 2008. Her business has grown from strength to strength and she supports other small businesses through both her mentoring services and her “Girls from the Go” community.
Going through a relationship breakdown: owning a business while sh*t is falling around you. Mental illness is something that needs to be de-stigmatised. It’s a real issue in our industry and whilst a lot of people downplay its impacts, at Shootzu, we don’t intend to.
It’s been a busy few months at Shootzu HQ. We have just launched our new website and our podcasts, aimed at sharing tips and tricks with businesses starting up and those looking to scale. Our development team have also been hard at work to build the app and website matching quality Crew with professional photography […]