MGA COLLECTION ARTIST
Andrew Chapman has photographed much of Australia’s social and political landscape over the last five decades. Andrew’s subjects have ranged from Prime Ministers to heroin dealers, celebrities to sheep.
Andrew has a passion for rural life, ordinary folk as well as a love of the Australian bush. His work has been widely exhibited and he has published eight books. Andrew says he’s always wanted to do more than create pretty pictures. “I want to leave a visual record that people can rely on,” he says. "I don’t add things in before I photograph and I don’t take things out with Photoshop. To make a shot visually appealing, I just have to be sure to get it right in the first place”.