Kim is a Naarm (Melbourne) based photographer & producer that combines her love for photojournalism and travel to create imagery for socially conscious brands and organisations, leading to richer storytelling and greater community engagement.
The Guardian Australia
The Royal Womens Hospital
The Salvation Army
The University of Melbourne
St Vincent's Care Services
The National Gallery of Victoria
Client: Tourism Australia & Visit Victoria
Production Company: LVDI
Producers: Lachlan Sinclair, Benjamin Wright, Giovanna Gonzalez
Photography: Kim Landy
DOP/s: Peter Baker & Anthony Littlechild
Kim Landy, commissioned by Tourism Australia, captured documentary stills that showcased the Australia's attractions.
Good Exposure: The Tough Crowd
Introducing a captivating three-part series by Good Exposure where talented artists delve into the realm of exhibiting their work, opening up about their profound insights and experiences shared with fellow creatives and a broader audience.
Pre / Post Production & Stills: Kim Landy
Kim's photographic and documentary work with Thankyou has taken her on a global journey, covering locations such as Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania, Nepal, and Cambodia.
She has devoted her craft to chronicling health and hygiene-focused initiatives, translating their impact into striking visual narratives.
Her imagery showcases uplifting stories of individuals who, through these projects, have been empowered to cultivate their own food, build stronger communities, access fresh water from nearby wells, and experience safer pregnancy outcomes due to women's health clinics. The tangible positive transformations captured in these documentary projects make them Kim's most cherished photography subjects.
Exploring Uncharted Realities with Tom Blachford
Striding into a revolutionary convergence of technology and artistry, renowned architectural photographer Tom Blachford, based in Naarm (Melbourne), is transforming his creative practice by incorporating Artificial Intelligence (AI) into his work. Tom opens up about his venture into the realm of AI imagery, expressing a mix of enthusiasm and apprehension over this emerging facet of image making. His reflections shed light on the shifting paradigms of traditional photography and raise important ethical questions surrounding AI usage. In the midst of these sweeping changes, Tom's insights offer a fascinating preview of the future of this rapidly evolving sector.View project