International Rescue sets up base in Australia

New Zealand-based photography and illustration house International Rescue is setting up shop in Australia, with a new office in Sydney.

International Rescue acts as agents for illustrators, animators and photographers in New Zealand and Australia. The new outpost is headed by agent and producer Hannah Tatton, in Surry Hills.

The new staff list includes photographers Urs Buhlman, Stephen Stewart, and Jeremy Blincoe, also illustrators Adam Turnbull, Josh Dykgraaf, Glenn Thomas, and Henrietta Harris.

“It’s great to be launching [International Rescue] in Sydney. We see Australasia as one territory and its good to be able to offer an exchange of artists and service, both ways,” says Tatton.

“There’s some incredibly talented artists right here in Australasia and we’re looking forward to working with them.”

Image Credit: International Rescue

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