LOTL Magazine – Lesbians On The Loose

6 October 2015 / no comments

Same Love Photography is very pleased to announce an ongoing working relationship with none other than LOTL Magazine.

In this gallery we will be showcasing our photos of local and international lesbians and community members representing and making a difference to the lives of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Intersex Queer people.

Stay tuned 🙂

442 Brands Want Change – A Historic Campaign by Newspaper Works

28 July 2015 / no comments

Same Love Photography has joined forces with Newspaper Works and Australian Marriage Equality to produce a historical print campaign highlighting the move for Australians corporation in favour of marriage equality. #TeamEqual comprises of many influential CEO’s including the likes of Pip Marlow, General Manager of Microsoft Australia, Alan Joyce, CEO of QANTAS and Paul Zahra, Former CEO of David Jones who is also Price Waterhouse Coopers Diversity and Inclusion Advisor.





Westpac IDAHOT Event Sydney

25 July 2015 / no comments

Westpac are proving to be the leading financial institution within Australia that is actively taking measures to create a LGBTIQ friendly brand where both clients and employees are made to feel equal. As a way of furthering the dialogue on equal rights, Westpac invited a number of LGBTIQ panelists to talk and reflect on their own experiences within varying facets of day to day life as part of IDAHOT Day, International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.


From This Day Forward: Marriage Equality in Australia

24 July 2015 / no comments

Australia is now the only developed English-speaking where same-sex couples can’t marry. In this timely book, one of Australia’s leading marriage equality advocates goes beyond the slogans and sound bites to explain why the nation is debating marriage equality, why the reform matters and how reform can be achieved. Along the way he considers the history of freedom to marry in Australia, what debate on marriage equality reveals about his home state of Tasmania, and how gay identity and marriage have evolved to the point where marriage equality is not only possible but likely.