Andrew Goldie has been pusuing his passion for Photography and Film since his school days where he discovered the Art departments Cameras and Darkrooms. He then went on to earn a B.A. in Photography from R.M.I.T. University in 1999. Goldie then ventured to London in 2000 where he assisted and retouched for some of the best photographers in the Advertising and Fashion area. He said that "the experience of working on shoots with huge budgets was an amazing learning experience," and he worked at great locations in Mexico the Caribbean, the United States, Iceland and throughout Europe.
Goldie then moved to Tokyo where he worked as a Retoucher and begun to work on Portraits and Landscapes for his first solo exhibition "I'm Big In Japan". His photos present a remarkable depiction of diversity within the Japanese culture and landscape.
On his return to Australia, Goldie launched his Commercial Photography career and one of his first big jobs was a Documentary project for Ikea. He was commissioned to document the Australian Family home and visited over 30 families in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Since then Goldie has been working with several major clients within Advertising, Beauty and Fashion. Although he has been shooting a diverse range of subjects, the key theme which resonates throughout his work is a strong understanding and use of light both in studio and on location.
In 2009, Goldie held his second solo exhibition "Chaos and Repetition". These were a collection of sweeping views of Landscapes presented on a single gigantic frame some as large as 3.5 metres wide. The photographs were achieved through stitching several large format frames together to produce a single frame that showcased highly expressive visions through intricate detail and light .
Goldie is currently working on numerous Art projects, while creating short films and continuing his commercial work.
Financial Review Magazine
Sunday life Magzine
Sport & Style
East West Magazine
The Beast Magzine