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Cassandra Hannagan is a Sydney based freelance commercial photographer working with numerous clients specialising in Lifestyle, Food, Venue, Events, Portraiture, and Advertising photography

 Over her extensive career, Cassandra has worked with numerous clients including ABC, Getty images, Property NSW, UTS, Rockpool, Edelman, Frank PR, Sydney Opera House, Museum of Contemporary Art, Powerhouse Museum,  Time Out Magazine, Concrete Playground, Bauer Media, Buzzfeed, Sofitel, QMS, Carriageworks, CanTeen, BMF Advertising, Hogarth Advertising, ICC, Noni B,  Parramatta Female Factory, NSW Health, The Guardian.

As a resident Sydneysider Cassandra has shot large and small scale events across every kind of location and venue in the city.

She has worked with many PR marketing and advertising teams to ensure swift and targeted campaigns are delivered on time and on budget.

Cassandra has worked on weekly and large scale jobs organising and shooting venues and their retail, food and drink offerings for various publications and websites for The Rocks and Darling Harbour.

Whether capturing portraits of artists and celebrities or the gentle intimacy of vulnerable subjects Cassandra’s strength is in developing relationships of trust from people enabling her to reflect the raw life within them.

Cassandra loves to take on personal projects, including the story of the closure of the last remaining institution for people with disabilities, The Riverside Centre in Orange NSW.

She also held a solo exhibition in 2014 on the Western Broadwalk of The Sydney Opera House charting personal journeys behind the scenes with Sydney’s finest dance troupe with a difference the Merrymakers Australia, celebrating International Day of People with Disability.

Having traveled in Nepal Cassandra organized a photographic exhibition of her work raising funds to rebuild a boarding school she had visited.

Cassandra is available for all your professional photographic jobs, projects, and collaborations.


Cassandra Hannagan Photographer
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