We are far more than 100% owned and operated Aboriginal multimedia business, we live, work and value culture in the manner taught by our old people.
With more than 30 years experience of creating culturally meaningful content, Wayne has built a reputation of trust and friendship in communities from the Torres Strait to Tasmania, from Broome to Bawaka.
Building culturally appropriate photographic libraries, leasing individual images, creating educational and corporate videos are just a few of the services we offer.
Wayne Quilliam photographs in Guam
Wayne has been the Cathy Freeman Foundation's photographer and videographer for many years. He travels Wooribinda, Tiwi, Elcho and Palm Islands to record this incredible work.
Wayne has collaborated with more than 50 Indigenous communities across the globe to create their first digital story. He enables individuals, communities and organisations to reclaim their personal cultures and stories while exploring their artistic creativity.
Creating specific visual narratives to meet the individual needs of the client is a skill Wayne Quilliam is well know for. Companies like Ernst and Young and ANZ contract
Wayne to build their photographic libraries.
The United Nations in New York and Geneva have engaged Wayne several times to create culturally appropriate International exhibitions.
Wayne has recorded over 500 conferences and events around the world. Capturing the essence of the moment is his specialty.
Cinema quality drone photographs and video of rural, remote and urban areas
Indigenous photographer Wayne Quilliam exhibits at the United Nations
Indigenous photographer Wayne Quilliam exhibits the Powerhouse Museum
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