Kat Safran is a Melbourne based commercial photographer and retoucher specialising in beauty, fashion and portrait photography. Her photography is polished and modern and her retouching is flawless while still keeping the integrity and character of the subject.
Kat is constantly seeking inspiration and keeps up to date with global fashion and photography trends. She is always exploring new techniques and upgrading her skills.
Her work has been featured in i-D Magazine, Fashion Journal, Design Scene and Cake Magazine.
Phoenix is a Melbourne based session stylist with a love for beautiful hair. With over 8 years of experience, she has developed an eye for detail in modern and chic styles.
Continuously seeking to keep up to date with trends, she is regularly seen working backstage at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia and Melbourne Spring Fashion Week.
Her editorial work has been seen in publications such as i-D, Spook, Jute, Pressure Paris, Sukeban, Stell, Highlights, Sicky, HUF, 1AM and Design Scene just to name a few.
Phoenix has worked on campaigns for Platypus Shoes, Sketchers, Bailey Nelson, Oats the Label, A Part Of Me, Aacute and Midnight the Label.
Lily is renowned for her obsession with beautiful skin, creating a natural base that allows her to express her creativity through a bold use of colour. Her intuitive understanding of contemporary trends makes her one of Melbourne’s most in-demand artists for her ability to highlight a mood.
Lily has worked on editorials that have appeared in Oyster, iD, Vogue Italia, Russh, Pressure Paris, Pitch, Grit Magazine, Jane Magazine, Teeth Magazine, Damaged Magazine, Catalogue, Cake Mag, Bullet Magazine, Tomorrow Magazine, 1am Magazine, and Fashion Journal.
Lily has worked on campaigns for emerging Melbourne labels including Sister Studios, ByNye, MLD, Suku, Ok Ok, Ken the label, Jason Hewitt, Pet Snake, and Merci Merci.
Lily was selected to join Val Garland's Mastered Course where Lily took her artistry to the next level. In this masterclass course she learned from and had her work personally critiqued by Val herself, while exercising and pushing her creativity.