Sally Brownbill - Commercial Photography
Sally is the Managing Director of the The Brownbill Eﬀect. She is one of Australia’s most highly respected and trusted creative intermediaries and has been at the forefront of the Australian creative industry for over 20 years. She is the great connector. Sally has the unique ability to combine her extraordinary knowledge and experience with a profound empathy for both creatives and those running creative businesses. Underpinned by a vast database Sally’s ability to connect people is second to none. Starting out as a photographer, Sally has since developed a professional reputation in Australia and overseas as the authoritative voice on folio construction, career advice and editing images for exhibition and websites. She has also become a much sought-after judge, lecturer and keynote speaker and sits on a variety of course advisory boards.
Kristian Haggblom - Photojournalism/Documentary
Kristian is the College’s Higher Education Course Director and Convenor of both the Master of Arts Photography course and the Photojournalism Major for the Bachelor of Photography. He has been involved with education in Australia, Japan, and Finland for more than 20 years. He was previously the coordinator of Visual Arts and Design on the Mildura campus of La Trobe University for a number of years where he oversaw the Photojournalism program. He has exhibited internationally, and his work has been included in prominent photography journals. His extensive curatorial history includes large-scale cross-cultural exhibitions including The Kar-Rama Motel Project for Mildura Palimpsest Biennale #8 and Tsuka: Contemporary Japanese Photography at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne. He worked on a symposium to showcase Australian photography in Kuwait in 2022.
Samantha Everton - Art Photography
Samantha Everton is an internationally acclaimed, Melbourne-based photo-artist who has won multiple photographic and fine art awards. She has had her work exhibited widely in Australia and internationally, including Paris and New York galleries. She is widely known for her richly coloured explorations of identity, multi-culturalism, gender and childhood in addition to her extensive research and ability to design and create sophisticated sets using costume, jewellery props and skilfully evocative lighting. She is also highly respected for her commitment to photographic authenticity and her ambitious production processes in bringing her artistic vision to life. Her works are held in both private and public collections and have been published in numerous magazines including Vogue and the New Yorker Magazine.
PSC is a community of experienced practitioners and educators with national and international profiles in the areas of documentary, photojournalism, art, commercial photography, photobook publishing, curation and photographic theory.