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Michele Aboud Photography
P: +61 (0) 411 858 828
Frame By Frame
Found At Sea
T: +61 2 9199 8009
In an extensive portfolio of work representing nearly 25 years of perpetual refinement, the beauty and power of Michele Aboud’s portraits and photography shines through.
Michele is completely conversant with the rigorous pictorial demands of advertising, beauty and fashion, expressed in images which were formative to her career. But her portraiture expresses an extraordinary assurance which can only come from nearly a lifetime of experience and the precise and ongoing refinement of vision.
Equally at ease in photography and in the direction of motion picture, Michele has welcomed the evolution of these media and mastered the new creative potential in her editorial, commercial and personal projects. There is no subject which hasn’t piqued her interest, her images reveal unexpected beauty and remarkable reflections – resonating with contemporary living. Her work is a rare and accomplished statement of emotional power in perfect balance with deep insight and confidence.
Principal advertising clients:
Lancôme, VISA, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, United Airlines, Nivea, Revlon, Invisalign.
Vogue, Interview US, InStyle, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Rolling Stone, Noise, Oyster, KAREN, Koncierge China, Manuscript, Habitat and InDesign
Recent sittings have included: Cate Blanchett, Baz Lurhmann, Hugo Weaving, and Catherine McNeal. Michele Aboud’s portraiture has been recognised and awarded with the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize, National Portrait Gallery, London (2014) and the National Photographic Portrait Prize, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra (2018)
Exhibitions and Collections:
Michele Aboud has been included in over twenty-two International exhibitions in Sydney, Toronto, London and New York. Her work is in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery of Australia and numerous private collections in Australia and the United States. She has recently exhibited at The Canon Gallery in Sydney as well as at The Nelson Mandela Arts for Aids in Toronto, The Hamptons Design Show in New York, Night Gallery in London and the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney.