Journalism

Newsworthy stories, graphically told with colour and humanity

Our experience in reporting on the world at large ranges from very early stints on Simon Townsend’s Wonderworld to producing video stories for the Sydney Morning Herald and The AgeEvery story we tell follows the tradition of research, interviews, the lead and issue, and the resolution. But with colour, humour, idiosyncratic details, texture, landscapes, extreme close-ups and more.

Memorable stories include the Iraqi surgeon who ran from Saddam and became a pioneering surgeon in Australia. Or the robot developed by Sydney Uni architecture students trained to mix drinks at a faculty party. And there’s the sight-impaired kids trying their hand at the flying trapeze.

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