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July 2014

Social media increases exposure for Lyn Whitfield-King

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Whether it is a colourful and busy Indian celebration, a formal Macedonian Orthodox ceremony, or a small family service, photographer Lyn Whitfield-King provides distinctive wedding memories for all her clients. One of Australia’s most highly-acclaimed photographers, Lyn shoots portraits and weddings all over the world. Her unique selling point, which sets her apart from other photographers, is that she shoots with film to create hand-crafted images and albums. Every image is then hand-coloured and developed in Lyn’s own darkroom. Based in Perth, Western Australia, Lyn also shoots in digital for…

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A return to the world of sound

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A few years ago, 37-year-old Melanie Trotter from Colyton, NSW thought a cold was the cause of her muffled hearing. But after a few weeks, when her hearing had not returned, Melanie was diagnosed as profoundly deaf. When Melanie’s audiologist, Amanda Carmichael from Norwest Hearing, suggested she try Cochlear’s latest implant technology, the Nucleus 6, she immediately said yes. Her device was switched on earlier this year, and Melanie was brought back into the hearing world. The magical moment was made extra special as it was shared with tens of…

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School kids win visit from AFL star

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Was kicking a footy with your favourite sports star at the top of your wish list when you were a kid? Students at Piara Waters Primary School in Perth can tick that experience off their list after winning an exclusive Facebook competition we ran for one of our clients, Homeloans. For the past year, we have been working with Homeloans on their Facebook page, growing their audience and engaging with followers. Regular competitions are one way of encouraging the audience to engage with us further, and they also help attract…

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Deaf Sports Australia – Exciting prospects with new client

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A not-for profit organisation that works to facilitate and encourage the participation of deaf Australians in all levels of sport has proven to be a great fit for our company’s client base. We are pleased to be working with Deaf Sports Australia to promote the benefits of sport to all deaf Australians, particularly young children who may feel left out. Last year, the Llewellyn Communications team took out an award at Australia Deaf Sports’ annual awards night for helping to promote the Deaflympics and the Australian athletes that competed. As…

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