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Creative individuals to see no boundaries, the idea or execution takes precedence and the semantics come later. We’ve been admiring @pat_kay‘s work for a while, shooting Sydney’s greatest assets and making his exceptional photography work look seamless. When we found out he loves ZANEROBE we knew we wanted to pick his brain.

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Name: Pat Kay
City: Sydney
Current Employment: User experience designer full time –
Photographer all other times
Weapons of choice: Sony A7RII, DJI Mavic Pro, Sony RX100V

What inspires your personal photography style? Architecture, scale, and vivid colour. I’m always on the lookout for these things because I love shooting and experiencing epic scenes. Being a UX designer means that I don’t often get a creative release in my day job, so when I’m out, I like to shoot things in as big a way as possible. …which usually involves tiny people.

What are some of the defining moments in your career so far? Being featured by @instagram was the biggest photography achievement so far. Man, that was a rush. Also, getting a drone really enabled me to open up my creativity – my style changed a lot when I started use it.

Who would your dream collaboration be with? Sony.They’re doing some great things right now, but I feel like they don’t have a big presence in Australia at the moment. I’d love to help change that.

What other Artists are you currently following? Some photographers that are really inspiring me right now are @jude_allen, @lielaine and @airpixels

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What is your favourite location in your hometown to shoot?
North Curl Curl beach, cliffside. There’s some great, pointy cliff faces there, as well as my favourite rock pool in all of Sydney.

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Favourite recent shoot?
I just came back from Hong Kong and my highlight of the trip was a hike up the tallest peak there, Tai Mo Shan. It was cloudy as, but we caught the fog rolling over the mountain during sunrise. It was magical.

 

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