Morris McLennan is the Principal Photographer of Red Square Media. As a Sydney-based stills and timelapse photographer, Morris has delivered quality work for a wide variety of clients across numerous industries.
The Red Square Media portfolio shows the diversity of stills and timelapse photographic assignments Morris has completed. This includes a wide gamut of industries, including property and construction, fashion, jewellery, not-for-profit, local council, federal government and legal.
Such a variety of clients means Morris is dealing with people who have varying levels of experience in front of the camera, using his approachable attitude to get the best out of his subject no matter whom or what he’s shooting. He works closely with his clients to understand the brief so the photos fit seamlessly into the media for which they are being produced. Clients use Morris for different purposes throughout the year, with the ability to utilise the resulting photos across multiple media from Annual Reports to websites and marketing material.
Morris holds a current national White Card enabling him to meet OH&S requirements for working on construction sites, and is equipped with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
As one of the founding lecturers of Nikon School, Morris is proud of the association with this program which teaches photography enthusiasts how to master their technical and creative skills behind the camera.
Morris has been awarded Professional Membership Accreditation with the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP), having had his portfolio reviewed by a panel of industry experts. He maintains his membership by earning credit points through ongoing education, and he abides by the AIPP Code of Conduct.
Hiring an AIPP accredited professional can offer you more certainty about achieving a quality result, because the photographer has gone through a rigorous process to attain the membership.
To become accredited, a photographer must be referred by existing members and submit an extensive portfolio for evaluation. Once approved, AIPP photographers must continue their education in the field, earning credit points in order to maintain their membership. Photographers are bound by a Code of Conduct which is set and monitored by the AIPP.
In addition to this, photographers need to renew their membership annually to stay accredited and be entitled to display the current AIPP logo.
An accredited professional photographer is someone who consistently produces great images, and, someone who is prepared to ensure they are properly trained, they understand the importance of investing in their photographic education and someone who constantly improves by submitting their work for peer assessment.
Source: AIPP Website