Sydney based food, interiors, people and travel photographer
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About

In this age of digital everyone claims to be a photographer. But Sydney-based Maree Homer isn’t your everyday photographer. Despite being one of the country’s most sought after photographers what sets Maree apart from the rest is her distinctive & evocative style. Combined with her 16 years experience and her extensive knowledge of working with both film and digital mediums means she brings a fresh approach to every project.

Working on set with Maree is always laid back and stress free because there is no ego involved. Maree is very methodical and hands on. She firmly believes that if you have a calm and creative work environment everyone involved will put in their best efforts and this is consistently proven by the high end results she achieves.  

She relishes a wide variety of subject matters and has a natural instinct for interiors, food, people and travel. “I love that photography satisfies my creative appetite and I get to work with amazing people and have the opportunity to see some incredible locations,” she says.

During Maree's 16 year career her timeless imagery has graced over 60 magazine covers in Australia and abroad. There's not a month that goes by where her work is not published in prominent Australian and international publications and blogs such as Australian House & Garden; Belle; Real Living; Inside Out; Art Edit; MILK Decoration; Australian Country Style; Living Etc UK; British Homes and Gardens; Country Living USA; The Good Weekend; House & Home Canada; InStyle; Australian Women’s Weekly; Garden and Home South Africa; Home Beautiful; Metropolitan Home Singapore; My Domaine Australia; Houzz; Gourmet Traveller; Vogue Australia; Vogue Living; Marie Claire; Elle Australia, Malaysia & Sweden; Maison Française; Villa d’Arte; DECO Home; Living at Home Germany; Casa Facile Italy & Modern Rustic Bookazine UK.

To see the latest projects Maree's been working on follow her instagram page @mareehomer.photography

 

 

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