Over the past 15 years, Julian Dolman has become one of Australia’s most sought-after photographers by actors, theatrical agents and for publicity photography. His headshot and portrait work is known for both his use of natural light and his ability to create a filmic look, which has become the benchmark for a new generation of headshot photographers.

His photography portfolio conveys a strong command of the portrait craft, while the easygoing rapport he builds with clients leaves them feeling inspired and, most importantly, armed with stunning headshots to propel their careers forward. You can see more of this headshot and portraiture work at headshotphotographer.com.au.

Julian shoots from his New York-inspired loft studio in Brunswick East, which is run with a crew of emerging Melbourne photographers. He can often be spotted in the local surrounds using the urban textures that have become a trademark of his shooting style.

Over the years, Julian has been involved in a range of non-commercial and personal projects. His most recent work is featured in the newly-published book “On the Wagon” by Lennox Nicholson (Affirm Press), which documents and explores the idea of freedom while following American routes made famous by Jack Kerouac in his seminal novel “On the Road”.

He also documented the regional exploration of food and its origins throughout 2015-16 in the blog project “Harvest”.