We were pleased to welcome the Australian Logistics Council back to Melbourne recently for their Supply Chain Safety Summit, held at the Melbourne Park Function Centre. ( In case you’re wondering where this venue is, it’s basically the Tennis Centre on Batman Avenue, Melbourne).
Two days of high level discussion on the importance of safety and how to improve it within the logistics industry, with speakers from the UK, US and around Australia.
We heard from Victoria Police, truck drivers, policy advisers, health and safety experts from the UK and some of the regular faces from other Australian conferences that involve and interest the freight and trucking industry.
We look forward to seeing the team again to shoot the photography at their annual conference at the Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney.
We were pleased to be able to provide photography services at the inaugural ALC Supply Chain Technology Summit at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre earlier this month. As with most conferences discussing technology, Blockchain was sure to get a mention!
As a self confessed tech nerd I find that Blockchain still confuses me a little so it was great to be able to listen the Blockchain session which featured Kee Wong of e-Centric Innovations, Aki Ohashi of PARC, Christopher Berg from the RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub and Chris Zhong, Lead Cloud Architect at Microsoft.
Although I’m not a Blockchain expert, I’m definitely more up to speed with it than I was previously!
It was another big year for the annual ABMVSS Conference held in Melbourne at the Albert Park Pullman hotel and we were selected once again as the official Melbourne conference photographers.
The format of this particular conference needs a large expo space as well as a large ballroom for the annual dinner and breakout rooms for the big line up of speakers they present each year so the Pullman works well for them.
These are just a few highlights from the event photography that we shot over the two days, so if you’re looking for something in particular please get in touch for examples of work.
If you’re planning your own conference at the Albert Park Pullman then please get in touch to discuss your photography requirements and receive a no-obligation quote.
We were delighted to be able to photograph the 2019 Australian Not For Profit Technology Awards last week at the the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The awards are organised and hosted by Connecting Up, a Not For Profit organisation that works to unleash the power of technology for other NFP organisations through the power of technology and by providing a range of information, resources and programs to connect organisations.
Alongside the awards night, Connecting Up also host their Connecting Up Conference which is a 3 day interactive event targeted at NFP groups who are interested in innovation, change and finding solutions to enhance engagement and achieve positive and tangible outcomes.
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We were delighted to be the official photographers at the annual ALC Forum held last week in Melbourne. Known for selecting impressive and iconic sporting venues wherever they are hosting an event, the world class MCG.
With the Cricket World Cup currently in play across cricket grounds in Australia and New Zealand, in between sessions delegates were able to watch the meticulous care that goes into preparing the best cricket field in Melbourne.
With a packed program of guest speakers, delegates were treated to a bevvy of high profile faces from the logistics industry and Australian federal politics including the ACCC’s Rod Sims, Jamie Briggs MP, and Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss MP.
The MCG once again proved itself as one of the best conference venues in Melbourne with it’s exceptional catering, great AV facilities, global reputation and naturally lit function rooms which are a joy to photograph in.
EB is one of those conditions that affects relatively few people in Australia (a few thousand) and I’m thankful for that. Sadly though there are still many in our community who have to cope with it on a daily basis and the majority of those are kids. You can read up on EB here.
So, we were very glad to be able to donate our time and photographic skills to this worthy cause, which on the night raised over $300,000! Great going guys!