Carol Eckersley is an experienced photographic journalist with international experience in the electronic media, hospitality and tourism industries. She currently freelances in the region for the media and has covered many visual stories including the Hamelin Bay Whale Beaching, the retirement of champion racehorse Northerly, the Margaret River bush fires, social issues and human interest stories. Many of her images have been published nationally.
Carol photos have appeared in tourism brochures, newspaper stories, editorials, magazine features, in educational textbooks, press and television advertising, on corporate websites, awards submissions, as works of art and even on television news.
With more than 15 years experience as a news and current affairs journalist including TVW 7, Paris radio and covering the America’s Cup in Newport, Rhode Island, Carol has combined her media skills with promotions and marketing expertise through career moves to the Accor Asia Pacific Hotel Group and Margaret River Tourism Association.
Passionate about the natural environment and its protection for future generations, in her spare time Carol is completing her first book of fiction.
See more of Carol's work : http://caroleckersley.carbonmade.com/
Mark was born in Coventry, England and started photography as a hobby more than 20 years ago, his major passion being to photograph historical buildings and stately homes in England. Mark’s visual interest in wildlife was aroused when he became one of the volunteer photographers for the Paignton Zoo in Devon where he won the “Wildart” Photography Award in 2006. He also shot for “Living Coasts” in England. When Mark and his partner moved to Perth, he concentrated on the flora and fauna and we are proud to have Mark’s stunning work available for our clients.
In his spare time Mark turns his hand to making beautiful wood furniture which he sells through art galleries. He can also be commissioned for any special piece you require. You can check out his work at www.notjustjarrahfurniture.com.au