The Brotherhood of St Laurence engaged us to document a visit from Amanda Rishworth MP, Minister for Social Services, to a HIPPY Australia site in Frankston. HIPPY stands for Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters. It’s a free home-based early learning and parenting program for families with young children.
After taking a quick brief, our director, Mark, and photographer Paul, attended the event, manoeuvring arounds the room capturing images for the Brotherhood of St Laurence social media. It was exciting getting amongst the buzz of media attending, participants, parents, staff and politicians including local member, Peta Murphy MP Federal Member for Dunkley and former Minister Jenny Macklin – all there to celebrate a successful early home learning education program helping families experiencing disadvantage to support their children to succeed before starting school.
Take a look at how some of our photos were used by our client.