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DAILY IMPRINT

PHOTOGRAPHER SAM MCADAM-COOPER












“Some of the best memories and highlights are sometimes from shoots where the process was so rewarding, not just the finished images,” says photographer Sam McAdam-Cooper. “Troubleshooting problematic locations or changeable weather conditions, creative problem-solving, pushing briefs, collaborating with inspiring creatives, making clients happy… all of these make for highlights.” Sam, who works...

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PHOTOGRAPHER AMANDA PRIOR






Photographer Amanda Prior is a keen collaborator. When not shooting for a range of interior and lifestyle magazines, she can be found working with the likes of stylist Claire Delmar [interview] on The Palete Project. Or creating art-inspired product shots for ceramicist Hayden Youlley. “When you love your job as much as I do and have passion in it, it’s important to enjoy every moment it brings,”...

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STYLIST KERRIE-ANN JONES







After studying classical ballet and dance, and working in marketing for the music industry, Kerrie-Ann Jones decided to take a leap of faith two years ago and change jobs and industries. She started out taking a styling assistant role for Sarah Ellison [interview], Real Livingmagazine’s style editor. After working on a series of shoots, K-A, as she's known, was given the chance to style a feature...

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STYLIST DANIELLE SELIG








“On my first day at Vogue Living I knew I was on the right path,” says Danielle Selig, a Sydney stylist. It was a career she had never considered at school or university, where she graduated with an Arts/Law degree. But when she started working for a leading Sydney firm, Danielle soon realised it wasn’t the life for her. “The moment I knew this career existed and there was a possibility of doing...

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STYLIST JOHN MANGILA







The career of a stylist often comes about by way of some other profession. For Sydneysider John Mangila, it was graphic design. After completing his studies, he went to Inside Out magazine for work experience and ended up changing careers. Shortly afterwards he became the in-house stylist for Home Beautifulmagazine, and then took a detour via floristry and photography. Now he is back styling full...

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STYLIST JACKIE BROWN







Three years ago Jackie Brown didn’t know her job existed. But assisting interior stylist Sarah Ellison changed all of that. “Since then my career has escalated quite rapidly and, seemingly, effortlessly, which I take as a message from the universe. Yes. You are exactly where you need to be,” she says. And so where is she? At the moment Sydney-based Jackie is styling interiors for Real Livingmagazi...

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INTERIOR STYLIST IMOGENE ROACHE






Working in a large publishing house where there are multiple "homes" titles, catering to different sectors of the market, you get to meet a range of stylists. However, these encounters tend to be fleeting as "in-house" stylists are often out on shoots, on the sourcing trail, or riding the goods lift trying to track down couriers. During my time at Bauer Media (formerly ACP), I came across the...

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photographer chris warnes








Most weeks I work with photographer Chris Warnes. And most weeks he goes quiet when people who we meet through Warnes & Walton mention Daily Imprint. About two years ago I sent him the questions that I send through to the various interesting and creative people I meet through work who I hope to feature on the blog. And for two years he's been busy, which I know to be true. 

Since we met at real...

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scotland island house








It says something about the Scotland Island weekender that belongs to Craig and Leigh that shortly after I visited for a third time to produce a feature for Warnes & Walton, I booked a holiday to return. There is so much to enjoy about this place - not just its location, but also the way it has been transformed into a place to rest and relax. And that's just what I did on my return visit. I read...

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interior stylist imogen naylor








The courier dock at ACP Magazines is a place where you can bump into all sorts of people. On occasion I'd see and meet Imogen Naylor, who was then interior design editor at belle. While the images she created for the magazine were sublime, there's no doubt that they involved a lot of work - and many runs to the courier dock. Shortly after I started styling regularly for real living, Imogen left be...

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