Highly acclaimed, respected and collected fine Artist Murray Fredericks also happens to be a killer commercial photographer, cinematographer and gun at creative time-lapse. Talk about over achiever! Harnessing the unique techniques that his fine art eye has honed, Murray uses these for his lucky commercial brand campaign clients.
In demand not just for his epic image making, Murray is also heavily in demand as an ambassador for commercial brands, for the gravitas that his imagery represents in nature. Murray’s commercial work is full of emotion and grandeur aka…. breathtaking!
As a built spaces and landscape photographer, he is world renowned and has an international pedigree for shooting many of the world’s best hotels, bars, buildings, and open spaces. Murray‘s subjects are often too expansive to light using conventional methods, so his unique shooting techniques allow him to enhance the ambient light in post, allowing his subjects to always be interpreted in their optimum state, decreasing the time and budget required.
Murray’s commercial client’s include Colourbond, Hermes, Emirates hotels, Bvulgari Hotels, Four Season’s Hotels, Pernod Ricard, Aesop, NSW tourism, Foxtel, Intercontinental Hotel, Lyon Nathan, OPSM, City of Sydney, Merivale, Star Casino.
Murray Fredericks is represented by Hamiltons Gallery in London, Arc One Gallery in Melbourne and Annandale Galleries in Sydney.
Exhibitions: | 2019 | Paris Photo, Hamiltons Group Exhibition | 2019 | ‘Array’ Arc One, Melbourne | 2019 | ‘Witness’, Arc One, Sydney | 2017 | ‘Vanity’, Hamiltons, London.
The list could keep you scrolling for days. His works are exhibited internationally and around Australia. Works sit in major public and private and corporate collections including the National Gallery of Victoria, National Portrait Gallery, Elton John, Valentino, RBS, Commonwealth Bank and Macquarie Bank Collections.
Films: Murray Fredericks first documentary film ‘Salt’, where he was cinematographer and co-director, won twelve major international awards, played over 50 festivals and was screened on the ABC and PBS in the USA.
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