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FRAMES Photography Podcast with Matt Hardy-Brown

On today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Matt Hardy-Brown, an Australia-based fine art and landscape photographer.

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Matthew Hardy-Brown‘s artistry unveils the enchanting beauty of our world, reminding us of the untamed wonder that surrounds us. With every click, he captures fleeting moments of unscripted time. His work is a testament to the natural wonder surrounding daily life.

​Originally from South Africa, Matthew Hardy-Brown’s creative roots were planted in the landscapes of Australia, upon his relocation at 10 years old. While he didn’t grow up by the ocean, it was here that he found his poetic sanctuary. 

​As a self-described introvert, Matthew Hardy-Brown sought refuge by the water’s edge, discovering his voice through the lens of his camera. He values unfiltered moments, intentionally avoiding excessive editing and digital manipulation.

To MHB, magic ignites through authenticity – a ccommitment he fiercely upholds.

​At the core of Matthew Hardy-Brown’s ethos lies a resounding mantra: “Live Often, Smile More.” Having personally confronted the harsh realities of life’s unpredictability, he gained a profound insight: tomorrow is not promised. Fuelled by this understanding, he is on a mission to share the world’s inherent beauty, to inspire others that it’s never too late to pursue a passion, to be a good human, and ultimately, to live often and smile more.

​His passion for capturing life’s grandeur has earned him collaborations with industry giants such as Ralph Lauren, Mini Cooper, Paramount Pictures, and GoPro. His proudest achievement earned him the national exclusive as Canon’s premier artist with his timeless images featured throughout stores across Australia.

MATT HARDY-BROWN

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