Dean Dampney's background is as a Newspaper Photojournalist. With 10 years experience as a Freelance Photojournalist/Editorial Photographer, Dean has found is true calling in Wedding Photojournalism. Combining his love of people and a lifetime documentary project focusing on the joy of being, Wedding Photojournalism spans Deans personal and professional photography worlds.
Dean has been a selected finalist in Australia's richest photography prize, The Moran Prize, every year since it's inauguration in 2006. His documentary work has been selected for Reportage, Australia's premier Documentary Photography showcase. As a Wedding Photojournalist, Dean was awarded Epson ACT Wedding Photographer of the Year in 2008 and has managed to win numerous awards for his work in the Australian Professional Photography Awards.
Dean is a highly awarded member of the Artistic Guild of Wedding Photojournalism.
Nagrody 27 za dokumentalną fotografię ślubną
Nagrody 16 z Gildii Artystów Ślubnych Fotoreporterów
Tytuły fotografów ślubnych 3 TOP
The WPJA proudly recognizes Dean Dampney as a TOP International Wedding Photographer. Members holding the most contest points at the end of each year are ranked as TOP Wedding Photographers or, in some cases POY - Photographer of the Year.
Listy klientów 2
The following letters are from the clients of Dean Dampney.
Żonaty: 1 roku temu
Sam i Tom
Thank you so very much for sending through the photos, we really love them and they are a wonderful documentary of the best day of our lives. It was an amazing day and thank you for capturing the emotions and moments of us and our guests as well! We had many guests come up and tell us how gentle you were and how your presence made them feel at ease during the day. It is also wonderful to see so many moments that we missed during the whirlwind of our experiences during the day. Thank you so very much for being there to capture the little things :)
Żonaty: 2 roku temu
Nicole i Tyrone
I have been meaning to email you for a few days, and the delay is certainly not any indication as to how over the moon we are with the little package that arrived in the mail last Friday! I got home to find it sitting on the counter, and after a long week at work, it was certainly the ‘picker-upper’ that we both needed going into the weekend. From the brown bag, to the beautifully printed photos, to even just how cool the USB stick is, we were excited before we even looked at all of the pictures on the USB. When we got to looking at the pictures, it was such a rush of emotion that came flooding back, because the photos are so emotional, so captivating, and so us. I can’t thank you enough for capturing the essence of the day, the love we have for each other, and the beauty of a corner of the world that has come to mean so much to us. You were such a calming force on a day filled with nerves and emotion, yet, I am having trouble finding the right words for expressing our gratitude for both your physical work (the photos) and your emotional work (your presence).
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