About Erinna

Hi and thanks for dropping by. My name is Erinna, and I am the brains (and beauty) behind Erinna Imagery. From your first enquiry until final delivery, you will be working with me and I’m sure we will get along swimmingly!

I have been a photographer for more than 15 years, with a Bachelor’s degree from RMIT University and a heap of experience photographing events (including weddings), editorial, branding and portraiture. I also write and offer communications advice, with my experience including writing articles, creating content, organising workflows and editing documents, for a range of business, not-for-profit organisations, and government departments. All of this is supported by my postgraduate education, including Journalism (2015 UTS) and current studies in Business/Professional Communications (USQ).

My skill set is not unique in my family. In some ways, I am following in my Grandad’s footsteps. He was a photographer, journalist and published author and I have been very fortunate to be mentored by him. So, if you ever wonder why I usually use short sentences, Grandad told me to! Unlike Grandad, I have grown up in the era of computers, and thoroughly embraced digital technology. I taught myself HTML when I was 14 and I still use it to this day when working with websites, intranets and content management systems.

A few more things you should know about me:

  • I get along with pretty much anyone and love to chat, but I’m terrible at telling jokes
  • I love learning how things work and have a memory-bank of random facts to impress you with
  • I’m a helper – if you tell me that you have a problem, I will start brainstorming ways to fix it

The most important thing to know is that you can trust me to look after you and provide the best possible service and result, for both photography and communication services.

I would love to hear about your business, event or project, so don’t hesitate to get in touch and have a chat.

Education

  • RMIT University, Bachelor of Arts (Commercial Photography)
  • University of Technology Sydney, Graduate Certificate of Journalism
  • University of Southern Queensland, Graduate Certificate of Business – Professional Communications (current studies)
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