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Wren Steiner: Latest magazines
showcase magazine Mar 2020 oceania issue 791
WREN PHOTO portrait photographers
Wren is a Melbourne based commercial photographer specialising in portrait and people photography. Along with his technical ability, his curiosity and down to earth nature brings out the best of his subjects.
His latest body of work explores candid conversational portraits shot within the streets of Melbourne. Each image was an act of intrigue and human connection with strangers going about their day. He was focused on capturing the in-between moments that were subconsciously extracted but also easily lost within their conversations.
When Wren isn’t photographing personal portraits he is collaborating with agencies and their art directors to create striking advertising material. His recent projects include stills and motion for New Balance, OfficeMax, LK Property Group, Grimshaw and Grand Hyatt Hotels to name a few.
showcase magazine Nov 2019 oceania issue 780
WREN PHOTO people & lifestyle photographers
Wren is an Australian-born photographer and DP specialising in the field of portraiture and people photography. A photographer who delves into the unknown, Wren creates beautiful imagery that intrigues and challenges.
A passion to understand what’s behind the palpable continues to grow in Wren. He has worked alongside some of Australia’s top creatives, and his exposure to their diverse styles, mixed with his own instinctive approach to photography, allows Wren to continually push technical and creative boundaries.
Wren has a thoughtful and practical approach to his work. His affable and unpretentious nature, left-of-centre sense of humour, and absolute commitment to his vocation inspires confidence and brings out the best in the talent he works with. "The creativity in the images is what needs to shine," says Wren, "but for that to happen, I work closely with the client so we share the same intent from the beginning."
Wren has worked and lived in Australia, the United Kingdom, Africa and New York. He currently resides in Melbourne, Australia, with a plethora of camera gear, his Steve McQueen classic Bonnie, a little too much dark chocolate and the occasional nip of single malt.