Frances Andrijich is one of Western Australia’s finest photographers. Her extraordinary images – whether captured in the townships of South Africa, the Croatian countryside, or Indonesian slums – have earned her a growing national and international reputation. That said, Frances’ heart lies in Western Australia and she has a passion for capturing the people and the places they live in. Shooting intuitively and incisively, Frances’ photographs can be lush and painterly; or witty and surprising. They are always technically superb.

Frances’ images grace the covers of magazines, feature articles, books and campaigns, including Australian Financial Review Magazine, Good Weekend, Australian Geographic, Halliday Magazine, Gourmet Traveller, The New York Times, Wine Decanter (New York & London Editions) and The Australian, Wish Magazine. Her portfolio is diverse, grown out of her ability to be versatile, and her desire for the extraordinary. It includes portraits documentary, dance, corporate, landscapes, food and wine. Corporate clients include Alcoa, Amelia Park Wines, Apparatus, Are Media, Cape Mentelle, Cullen Wines, Larry Cherubino Wines, City of Swan, Leeuwin Estate, Lions eye Institute, Moss Wood, Parmelia Hilton, Qantas, Red Cross, Australia’s South West Tourism, Vasse Felix, Wine Australia and the West Australian Ballet.

Frances is the recipient of numerous awards; she exhibits regularly and has published eleven books, also a contributing photographer to 4 other books.

In yet another way to share a clients story in a longer and often more engaging way, we have introduced the production of videos, we create short films for websites and social media.



Frances works closely with her team and Associate Photographer Clair Negri. Clair takes on the role of second photographer and her unique organisational skills makes her vital in the pre-production on major campaigns, often liaising with clients, coordinating schedules and assisting with the styling. We have recently collaborated on larger productions with filmmaker Michael Muntz.

Our studio is devoted to consistently producing only the highest quality of work. Together, with our clients, we are always pushing the boundaries to create outstanding images and videos that fulfil their individual briefs.


Stan Hopewell- Facing the Stars
Group UWA Press- Author Ted Snell – Released October 2013
One Moment in Time
Lotterywest, Principal Photographer – 2013
25 Years of Australian Geographic Photography
ACP Magazines, 2010 – Contributing Photographer
Fremantle Press, 2005
Margaret River
Fremantle Press, 2003
Faces of Australia
Contributor Australia Post, 2000
Being Australian
Fremantle Press, 1998
Beyond Black & White
Contributor Portside Editions, 1995
North of Capricorn
WA Newspapers, 1995


The Year of Living Dangerously
Solo exhibition at the Parliament House
Western Australia, 2018

A Beautiful Tale Of Two Regions
Group Exhibition at China Art Museum,
Shanghai, 2017

Their Heart On Their Sleeve
Collaborative Exhibition with Stormie Mills at There Is,
Perth, 2017

Heath Ledger: A Life In Pictures
Group exhibition at Art Gallery of Western Australia,
Perth, 2017

Stan Hopewell, Facing the Stars
Lawrence Wilson Gallery, Perth, 2013

Beyond Likeness: Contemporary Portraits
Group Exhibition at The Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery UWA, Crawley, 2012

Touching the Ground
Solo Exhibition at LK Galleries,
Subiaco, 2008

Australian Characters
Group exhibition, Scion Gallery, Culver City,
Los Angeles, 2007

Mata Hati (The Feeling Eye)
Group exhibition, Festival of Nusantara, The Powerhouse, Brisbane, 2007

Touching the Ground
Solo exhibition,
Split Croatia, 2006

Solo exhibition at the State Library,
Perth, 2005

Solo exhibition at His Majesty’s Theatre,
Perth, 2000

Into the Blue
Group exhibition, Perth International Arts Festival, 2000

No. 99 Recent Works
Solo exhibition for Western Art Consulting, 2000
Diversity in Relationships

Solo exhibition at His Majesty’s Theatre,
Perth, 1999

The Year of Living Dangerously
Solo exhibition at the Playhouse Theatre,
Festival of Perth, 1999

Being Australian
Solo exhibition at PICA
The Photographic Gallery, 1998