John Slaytor is an award winning Sydney-based commercial photographer who specialises in Corporate Portraits, On-location Photography and Event Photography.
The State Library of NSW purchased 45 of my works for its collection and one of my albums.
My portrait of the poet Peter Skryznecki OAM was purchased by the National Portrait Gallery.
The National Library of Australia has purchased my works for its permanent collection.
I have been repeatedly invited to take part in the AddOn exhibition, part of the HEAD ON Photo Festival.
My portrait ‘Mourning an Elder’ may be seen here.
As part of Sydney’s Head On Photo Festival, I was invited to exhibit my work The Silent Sea’ at Gaffa Gallery, Sydney.
To be blogged by Mike Johnson has been the most rewarding recognition to date, if only for the comments made by his readers. Read the blog by clicking Random excellence: John Slaytor
As part of Sydney’s Head On Photo Fesival, I was invited to exhibit my work ‘Lost in transit‘ at Global Gallery, Paddington.
My portrait ‘Young girl in a dance class was a finalist in the National Portrait Gallery’s National Photographic Portrait Prize
My portrait of Chef Ajoy Joshi of nilgiri’s restaurant delivering a tiffin meal to the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore, was a finalist in the Shoot the Chef Competition.
My entry to the Olive Cotton Award was highly commended.