Teagan Glenane is a multi-disciplinary creative working across Photography, Videography and Production.
When she is not out taking photos, filming, or exploring, Teagan can be found at Rotson Studio's in the heart of Fitzroy.
Teagan works across a broad range of specialties including documentary, photojournalism, travel, editorial, portraiture, lifestyle, corporate, food and events.
After working as a Photographer and Photo Editor for Fairfax Media Group, she began working freelance and has since expanded her work to video and production. She is passionate about social documentary and much of her personal work is devoted to giving a voice to those people and places, which are marginalised or underrepresented in our communities, aiming to highlight their stories.
Teagan’s work has been shown across a range of platforms and formats, and she enjoys the challenge of finding new ways to create work to suit client needs.
Some of her clients include The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Financial Review, Frankie Magazine, Royal Auto Magazine, The Weekly Review, The Herald Sun, The Daily Mail, The Conversation, The Australian Ballet, The Good Food Guide, The Wheeler Centre, The Design Files, The State Library of Victoria, Children First Foundation, The Ronald McDonald House, The Sony Foundation, Ebay, Amnesty International, Melbourne Fashion Festival, The Shape Group, Moonee Valley City Council.