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Cam Neville is an Internationally Acclaimed Photographer . His beginnings in photography came at the age of 18 when he documented his naive and troubled youth living in a small English fishing town, the resultant photographs have been likened to Bill Brandt's raw images of England, the work has since been published in his first book 'Coasting'.  

Today, his Photography is revered for it's honesty and raw emotion with an uncompromising approach to tell the truth. Neville see's beauty in the everyday ordinary going's on of the world around him. It's this unique approach that has led him to document weddings and editorial work across Australia and Internationally from Three Day Indian Ceremonies to Hare Krishna Weddings in the mountains and beautiful destination weddings along the Grand Canals of Venice, Italy.

Cam has been voted in the Best 100 Wedding Photographers Worldwide in 2015 & 2016.

He has been nominated for the worlds richest photographic competition, The Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize four times and has been a finalist twice.

His long term project 'Into the Fire' has received international acclaim and been featured on BBC UK World. The project has followed his time on the frontline of Australia's revered Rural Fire Service documenting their stories.

He lives with his wife and two children in the beautiful Hinterland near Mount Tamborine QLD, Australia.


BBC News Online, BBC UK World TV - Impact, ABC Brisbane, ABC National, Qantas, The Daily Mail, The Guardian, The Sun Herald, Australian Photography, The Moran Arts Foundation, Lens Culture, The Social Documentary Network, Wedded Wonderland, Easy Weddings & The Carousel.


Interview with BBC Australia's Greg Dunlop - When a photographer became a volunteer firefighter.

Interview with ABC Brisbane's Jessica Hinchcliffe - Into the Fire - Photographer captures resilience of Rural Firefighters on the frontline.

ABC Brisbane - Into the Fire: Photos of strength and resilience on the frontline.