Credits & Collaborators
Photography for the website was created by the wonderfully talented Akil Madan. His website is here. Highly recommended. Here is the summary from his website:
"Whether it's faces, places, or faces in places - I'll photograph it. Based in Adelaide, Australia - I am primarily a portrait and event photographer. As any photographer would tell you, I have a genuine passion for this stuff and a unique style in the way I capture the moments. If you would like me to photograph a special moment in your life, interested in collaborating on a project or just want to talk photography - get in touch with me!"
email@example.com | +61 403 894 978 | www.akilmadanphotography.com
Stephen McLinton is truly a one of a kind. He possesses over 40 years experience in the fields of:
- town and ‘future city’ master-planning
- industrial design
- car design
- invention and prototyping
- art and sculpture
He is also a director of Virtual Energy, which won the University of Adelaide Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre's 2014 Australian eChallenge. Stephen is passionate about mentoring young people, and is currently undertaking further study for doctorates in Philosophy (Ethics) and Anthropology (Aboriginal Culture and History).
Adrian currently works as a Technical Business Analyst at one of Australia’s largest Internet Service Providers, iiNet – this role follows his experience in IT Service Desk management. His passions involve watching and participating in various sports, photography, music and travel.
Adrian is currently running his own firm - Cartland Law. Adrian was previously a Senior Associate at Lynch Meyer Lawyers in Adelaide. Always professional, always methodical, always humorous. We thank him for his time in assisting with the shoot and legal advice. Here is his own description from his LinkedIn page:
"Adrian is a lawyer. He specialises in taxation law. Tax laws today are increasingly complex. Their impost may be harsh. Or distortionary. Or incorrectly applied. Adrian works with taxpayers and their advisers to ensure that tax laws are properly applied, that any complexity works in favour of the taxpayer, and that this occurs in a manner that allows business and investment to function as smoothly as possible."