Kerrie Brewer is a commercial photographer based in Canberra, Australia. She is inspired by connecting with people, the environment around her and enjoying good food.
She holds formal qualifications in photography, having graduated with an Advanced Diploma of Creative Product Development (Photography) at the Canberra Institute of Technology, during which she received the award for Highest Overall Achievement.
Kerrie started her own photography business in 2016 with a passion for photographing food, interiors and people. To complement her photographic skills, Kerrie has a background in marketing and events.
To view a collection of her work, visit Kerrie’s Portfolio. Kerrie is dedicated to creating bespoke imagery that tells the visual story for each and every client and her photographic business specialises in content creation of food, portraiture and lifestyle images.
She is also the photographer for Canberra Weekly magazine – Canberra’s glossy news and lifestyle magazine. This sees Kerrie producing editorial style photography for the magazine including photographing magazine covers, editorial and advertising content, news, food and entertainment, fashion and beauty. Kerrie enjoys the chance to capture and connect with many inspirational people.
It’s a visual world – businesses need to stand out with original, engaging visual content that is refreshed regularly. Let’s connect and create personalised imagery for your brand story.
Kerrie has been successful in assisting a diverse range of clients to build their brand through content creation including: Bisous Baby | Canberra Innovation Network | Canberra Sports Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation | Carter + Co | CITSA | CJC Constructions | Cosentino Australia | Dinner is Served | Life Without Barriers | Lux Group | Nation | National Security College ANU | RSL Life Care | Selector Magazine | Sissa Sorella | Skills Canberra | Spiire | Uber Eats | Veneziano Coffee Roasters | Wing X
Her work has featured in publications including Big Ink magazine | Canberra Weekly | Selector | Womankind and her prints adorn the walls of homes and businesses.
To make a booking contact Kerrie today.
2016 Café Yala Canberra | Canberra Institute of Technology Design Space
2015 High Court of Australia | National Film and Sound Archives, Canberra Canberra Institute of Technology Design Space
2014 High Court of Australia | CSIRO Discovery Centre, Canberra