Bio’s

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Inspired by adventure and dedicated to nature – that is the mantra of the Gallery Earth Team.

The goal, to bring the seldom witnessed artistic beauty of the aerial landscape into the home as spectacular large formatter pieces whilst contributing to the conservation of that same natural beauty that has been the inspiration.

Utilising light weight, portable, yet very often dangerous aerial platforms for their superior photographic advantage, the team has started traveling and photographing some of the most inhospitable and beautiful regions of the world.

The results have been bringing truly unique works of art into homes and galleries all over the world.

In the very short time since its founding in 2013, the international award winning photographer behind Gallery Earth Ben Neale, hashed work featured byword renowned publications such as National Geographic , Australian Geographic and African Geographic as well as winning the 2014 Epson International Pano Awards- 1st place Nature Category. And additionally having work displayed by the South Australian Museum and Silvershotz International Photography Journal.

Come on a journey with us as we bring the “earth’s gallery” into your home!

Perrin Clarke is a professional fine art and commercial photographer, specialising in still life, food and landscape photography.

His artistry was honed while studying photography in Melbourne in the early nineties, and assisting photographers in distinguished studios and on-site, all over Victoria.

This training foundation developed his professional drive to always pursue diverse work, from commissions and commercial, to fine art and landscape. Such a broad range of photographic skills ensures clients benefit, satisfied with flawless and original results.

Perrin Clarke draws particular inspiration from the beautiful Australian landscape, from the small and wonderful world of macro and from our  culinary  delights of diversity and colour .

He is available for commercial and private commissions.

Working with a professional photographer for your photographic image needs guarantees your vision can become a work of art in your home.

The Perrin Clarke Gallery offers customers a diverse range of still life, food and landscape photographic art. Once the desired piece is chosen, display options that best suit the design space, custom size requirements, and artistic preferences of the buyer are decided.

Perrin is happy to assist with art selection and the ordering process.

Photographer

Luke Munro Photography

Life Has its Moments – Make them last a Lifetime

In his travels Luke has seen the worlds natural landscape in all its glory.  It is a unique moment that can never be replaced that he loves to share with his clients.

Having a passion for Landscape, Portrait and Wedding Photography, Luke has partnered with other professional photographers to refine his craft, and always challenges himself for new and inspiring ways to take natural and timeless photographs.

Inspired by his Nanna’s oil paintings, Luke commenced his passion in Landscape Photography, later turning his hand to both Portrait and Wedding Photography, where his love of working with people and helping them create significant memories for years to come led him to have a Boutique Photographic Studio in the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges and picturesque Yarra Valley in Melbourne.

Luke is available for Commercial and Private bookings…

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Chris’s interest in photography began in his third year of university with limited success, just passing an introductory photography course. Later when he got his first point and shoot camera and housing his textbooks became much more interesting. He spent his early days in Thunder Bay taking pictures of the wrecks in Lake Superior, but really got interested when he spent time in the tropical water between Mexico and Panama. A native of Nova Scotia, Chris still loves pulling on his dry suit, and photographing shipwrecks, but much prefers his present vocation as a freelance photographer and videographer in Asia and Australia — looking for the best underwater subjects in the world.