Lion & Cub Photography specialises in creative, evocative and timeless family portraiture.
Nikki’s photographic career began in 2001, after graduating with distinction from National Art School, a centre of excellence which has nurtured the talents of many acclaimed Australian artists. Subsequently she established a portrait & event photography business operating from Incubator Studios in Surry Hills, Sydney. The narrative and artistic strength of her photographs has led to exhibitions in Sydney and
Melbourne, and she has won several awards in Sydney, including the “Project Wall” at The Australian Centre for Photography, (2001). Nikki has been a finalist in “Shutterbug” held at the Chauvel Cinema (2007) in Paddington, and exhibited in Hyde Park in “Art & About”, Sydney, (2004).
With 15 years experience in portraiture, her talent lies in soulful, black and white imagery that tells a story. Specialising in glamour; maternity; newborn; toddler and family portraits, she actively connects with children and adults to evoke their naturally emotive and playful side. This results in classically beautiful, timeless and evocative imagery that you will cherish for years to come.
The purpose of Lion & Cub Photography is to create images that capture journeys through childhood, parenthood – the essence of families being together sharing their unspeakable bond.
Our commitment is to produce for you an enduring artwork that best captures the significance of the present moment. Photographs of you family memories displayed creatively are treasures that enrich your home. Children who see images of themselves on the wall are reminded every day just how much they are loved. To be involved in this process is what drives our team.
We have a range of framed wall art & canvases, mounted prints, photo books and gift cards on display to guide you in your choice. All of the work is presented on the highest quality of professional paper and canvas and are on display in my studio. Lion & Cub is located on King Street, with the entrance via Mary Street, directly opposite Mary’s Bar, Newtown.