Andrew Wilson Professional Photographer Hobart, Tasmania.

Hi, my name is Andrew and I specialise in portraiture, food, documentary and architectural photography – both in studio and on location.

I’m also the published author of the aural history series Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania, and follow up coffee table book Coast – Tasmania which were completed over a seven year period from 2011.  During this time I was very lucky to have the opportunity to document pretty much the entire Tasmanian coastline including the remote South West, Maria, Flinders and King Islands. I say lucky, though it was mostly a lot of hard graft. The work began as a photographic essay to pursue my passion for Portrait Photography and Documentary Photography, but in the end the project really became an expression of my passion for our island, its people and coastline. 

In recent years I’ve entered some awards and have been honoured to be awarded the Gold Diemen Award for photography in 2016 and 2107. My ambition it to one day become a finalist in the National Portrait Prize for portrait photography, Australia’s most highly recognised awards in this area of photography. So far I’m 0-2, but I’ll keep trying.

I really love documenting businesses, and if it involves food photography all the better, though it’s not a requirement! As a photographer in Hobart I’ve been very lucky to have the opportunity to work with places like Frogmore Creek, Frank Restaurant, Suzie Lucks, The Astor Grill and Wattlebanks Catering amongst others. All diverse and unique in there own way, with amazing chefs and wonderful produce. 

So if you are looking for a photographer in Hobart, please give me a call on 0418 568 086 – I’d love to have a chat with you.