|有关我们||Photographer / Filmmaker|
Michaela Skovranova is an Australian based filmmaker, photographer and Olympus Visionary. You won’t find much in the way of bright colours in her photos but while desaturated, her images are dripping with emotion, drama and a certain respect for the duality between beauty and raw power that exists in the ocean and nature. Originally from Slovakia, Michaela moved to Australia where her focus shifted to documentary and underwater capture. Since then, she has amassed a variety of awards including being named on Photoboite’s list of 30 Under 30 Women Photographers. Her short films pick up the natural, ambient-lit storytelling where the images leave off. Her commissions include photography assignments for the New York Times, documentary filmmaking for a landmark documentary Keeping Australia Alive for ABC and creating visuals for Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation and Olympus Australia.
Along the side of commissioned projects Michaela continues to explore her vision through her personal work and is also conducting photography and video workshops in Australia and overseas.
|产品||Video and stills production|