Olivia Page

Olivia Page is a freelance photographer based in and around Melbourne, Australia. Since completing a Diploma in Applied Photography at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2005, Olivia has pursued projects in multicultural and community events, healthcare, science, aviation, adventure sport and travel.

Olivia’s versatility allows her involvement in a variety of projects linked to photography – including being the creative director of an outdoor magazine. In 2012 Olivia acted as an event organiser for the annual arts festival – The End of The Line, and curated a group photography exhibition – Between the Lines, where she also exhibited her series – No Mans Land.

She has covered events for Multicultural Arts Victoria, Youth Music Melbourne, The Fringe Festival, World Refugee Week and for a number of city councils.

Olivia is the photographer and author behind the critically acclaimed, ‘The Last Great Southern Adventure – Helicopter Hunting Fiordland’ – a photographic and written documentary about a controversial industry born from a unique conservation effort in Fiordland, New Zealand. Stemming from this experience, Olivia acted as official judge for the ‘People and Helicopters: Work or Pleasure’ photography competition coordinated by Helinews Asia-Pacific Magazine.

Olivia most enjoys documenting community events, industry, adventure travel and sports – like sailing, mountaineering and rock climbing. Aerial helicopter photography is a persoanl favourite, she has clocked over 80 hours in the air.

If you have any enquiries or would like to work with Olivia please contact her through her website www.oliviapage.com.au, or email.

Olivia Page is a freelance photographer based in and around Melbourne. Olivia pursues projects in multicultural and community events, healthcare, science, aviation, adventure sport and travel.

Contact Details

Contact Name: Olivia Page

Postal address: 3000

Email address: oliviapagephotography@gmail.com

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