Over the last few weeks, the Communications team has been working a project that will bring to life the work that Apunipima does across our Communities.
Nicknamed â€ś Apunipima Through A Photographers Lens â€ť by the team, and with the help of a Walkley Award Winning Photographer, Brian Cassey, we have captured the people of Apunipima, our clients and their communities on film.
The aim of the project was to develop a suite of images that reflect Cape York, itâ€™s people and the great work that Apunipima is doing to support the health and wellbeing of the communities we service. These photos will be used in a range of different publications including, corporate, promotional material and across all digital media.
The team visited, Mapoon, Napranum, Mossman Gorge and Kowanyama over a two week period and credit apunipima staff on the ground for the overall success of the project.
â€śA huge thank you must go the staff on the ground in community. Without their support and willingness to take part, this project would not have been possible.â€ť Said Alicia Smith, Communications Manager at Apunipima.
Keep an eye out over the next few months as these beautiful images come to life in a range of furture organisational publications.
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