Keeping it Reel

20 / 06 / 2014

Girl smiling and looking down wuth Melbourne City skyline in the background

This Photo was taken by professional photographer Breeana Dunbar. Bree lives in Brunswick, Victoria and is obsessed with interior design, op-shopping and chocolate-flavoured milk additives like Milo.

The birth of Bree’s son and subsequent break from the traditional workforce inspired her to pursue a long-held dream of becoming a professional photographer. She now counts herself lucky to spend her days with camera in hand, capturing moments of joy and love and laughter for her clients. Her photography tends toward a candid, documentary style and she has an eye for minimalism. She learnt photography using film, so likes to reflect a romantic film-look when processing her images.

Bree is the official photographer for the Dugdale Trust for Women & Girls’ new initiative for teenage girls, Rosie (the Victorian Women’s Trust, which publishes Sheilas, is the Trustee of the Dugdale Trust for Women & Girls.) Launching on the 6th of August, Rosie is a unique online gateway connecting young women with the very best web resources out there, helping them to navigate life’s tricky situations. Bree feels honoured to contribute her photography to the Rosie website, and only wishes that she had had access to such a fantastic resource during her awkward adolescence many moons ago.

Bree specialises in modern portraiture in natural settings, and can be contacted for bookings around Melbourne via her website, www.breeanadunbar.com.


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Photographers of all persuasions please note – if you have an image you would like to share with ‘Keeping it Reel’, send it to us for publication consideration (sheilas@vwt.org.au).

Send us the photo, subject (if they wish to be named), where it was taken, and a sentence or two about what the photo means to you.

Please note: main photo subjects need to give their permission for their photograph to be published on Sheilas. If you have any queries, email us at sheilas@vwt.org.au.

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