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By Bonny Burrows

Tynong North photographer Brian Hughes will showcase his extensive portfolio featuring local landscapes, people and places at Cardinia Cultural Centre.
Already a seasoned photographer and film-maker who has worked for local councils, health services and sports clubs, Mr Hughes’ hopes the free exhibition will open his work to a whole new audience.
“This free exhibition is an opportunity for me to display some of that work and to showcase my creative photography and film-making to a wider audience,” Mr Hughes said.
Mr Hughes has been in the industry for a decade, having worked for his own business since 2008, after graduating with a Bachelor in Multimedia from RMIT University the previous year.
His work has taken him far, but as his exhibition will demonstrate, he prefers to shoot local.
Featuring works shot on location from Melbourne all the way to the Latrobe Valley, Mr Hughes hopes the subjects’ familiarity will attract a strong crowd to the exhibit, and, with the chance to take a piece of work home, possibly some sales.
“Each of the pictures featured in my creative photography exhibition represent many hours of painstaking work,” Mr Hughes said.
“Please consider purchasing one of my beautiful framed exhibition quality prints, this allows me to create new artistic content and put on future free exhibitions for you to enjoy.”
The free exhibition is running from 4 July to 28 September at Cardinia Cultural Centre’s gallery room, 40 Lakeside Boulevard, Pakenham.
For more information visit vantagemultimedia.com.au

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