Once again, the Lord Mayor’s Seniors Cabaret Gala was a beautiful experience to capture. An amazing initiative by Brisbane City Council and Chris Fennessey from Epiphany Productions. Over 150 of Brisbane’s seniors, learnt new skills in performance and 11 of these were chosen to showcase their talents at this years Gala at City Hall. Individual performances from the show can be found on my Mish Photography You Tube Channel.
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Capturing this year’s BIJF again this year! Its always a highlight in my calendar! Check out more photos on my Facebook page.
Featuring Simon Gallaher and Rhonda Burchmore. This Gala performance showcases some of the seniors who participated in the master classes and workshops for this event. The Lord Mayor’s Seniors Cabaret Showcase is an initiative of Brisbane City Council and is produced by Epiphany Productions.
We captured this little promotional video of a new piece from Alicia Cush and her all female creative team.
The Owl & The Pussycat on Facebook.
Creative Partnerships Australia, Australian Cultural Fund, APRA, AMCOS, Little Black Dress Creatives, Alicia Cush, Penny Challen, Kathryn Marquet, Bridget Boyle and Lisa Cheney.
Capturing the latest William Jolly Bridge projection last night from the vantage point above the trees, in the projection box! Lucked in with the timing of the shoot, as I bumped into the projectionists. Sweet!
Roma Street Parkland was bursting with flora, fun and frivolity on August 5 and 6 for the fourth annual Parks Alive celebration. Another stunning weekend for us!
See photos on our Facebook page – Mish Photography Facebook link.
Capturing some super cool kids doing some crazy stuff!
Showcasing breathtakingly beautiful and athletic dance by the exceptional Expressions Dance Company, this poetic kiss-and-tell reveals the darkness, playfulness and fragility of human nature.
Behind Closed Doors features seductive live jazz composed and performed by award winning Queensland trio, Trichotomy with special guests, vocalist Kristin Berardi and saxophonist Rafael Karlen. Click here to book tickets.
Sit. Pose. Snap. Brisbane Portrait Photography 1850 – 1950 explores the phenomenon of studio portrait photography in Brisbane, and shows how the process of capturing and sharing a portrait evolved from the formal studio sittings of the 19th century through to candid and relaxed photographs of the mid-20th century. See Museum of Brisbane website.
Capturing my city’s public artworks and promoting Brisbane’s new image.