Australian photographer Michelle Holden has a body of international work spanning over two decades, crossing six continents and recently with clientele in America and the United Kingdom, after residing in New York for ten years.
Michelle has contributed to magazines including Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Wish, InStyle, Glamour, Shape, Condé Nast Traveller, Foxtel, Cosmopolitan, Fitness and Oprah. One of her highly accredited assignments was capturing Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, at home in the Amalienborg Palace, for The Australian Women’s Weekly 80th Anniversary Edition.
Michelle is known for her acute sense of detail, her consistency in understanding her clients' needs, and her ability to allow the process to flow flawlessly. A great collaborator, her self-effacing and low-key style brings out the best in everyone, resulting in images that tell the story as it should be told. Her experience in editorial, advertising, fashion, beauty and portraiture is vast having worked globally across varied print and digital campaigns.
Her recent commissions include Dove, Specsavers, Garnier, Laura Ashley, Speedo, Covergirl, Target, Playtex, Lands End, Celtic and Co, Debenhams and Bloomingdale’s.
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