“I love the challenge of photography, exploring the full palette of life and nature.
And meeting new people.
It’s always about people and the satisfaction of seeing how happy they are with the images I’ve created.”

Vicki Hannan is a passionate Australian photographer.

From the Special Olympics for the intellectually disabled, to a surf school in Mauritius and a pregnancy portfolio against a backdrop of city graffiti, Vicki has captured timeless photographs for hundreds of clients.

Her professional images are a testimony to her wide-ranging creative skills, whether she is capturing the thrill of a sporting event, the intimacy of family life, or raising the social media profile of a business or charity.

For Vicki, every encounter is special; she spends time listening, collaborating, and ultimately creating unforgettable moments that exceed the expectations of her clients.

Part of her outstanding business service is to provide high-quality photographs collated in a unique flash-drive system to allow immediate and easy access to a perfectly organized portfolio.

Vicki also specializes in teaching businesses to document marketing and branding photographs for their social media profiles using smart-phone technology.


“Don’t follow the crowd. Create your own brand.”

Following a 20 year career as a physical education teacher and developer of co-curricular arts, Vicki has been particularly chosen for her photographic skills and sensitivities to others resulting in clients such as The Bradman Trust and the NSW Special Olympics.

As an educator, Vicki is also in demand as a private tutor, running workshops to empower teenagers, adults, schools and small business owners. She produces high-calibre images for sporting organizations, and curriculum-based activities for schools (PD/H/PE and Expressive and Performing Arts).

As well as experience in Australia’s Aboriginal communities, one of Vicki’s most recent commissions has been in South Africa as a wildlife and nature photographer, and in Mauritius where she was invited to document joint activities between indigenous youth and the expatriate community.


“Images sell products and ideas.”

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