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Oli Sansom

Oli Sansom explores a love of human patterns and finding magic in the mundane, using cameras, words, design, and sound composition as tools.Oli is an internationally-awarded director, photographer and conference speaker, sharing the strange-shaped, bastard-art of creative thinking at conferences in New York, Rome, Vancouver, Athens and beyond.


Oli was selected globally to document the largest all-women in STEM voyage to Antarctica in 2018, and is currently collaborating with the on-voyage podcaster in assembling that outcome of that project, as well as producing a study on death through the lens of Covid19.


Oli usually splits his time between working in and outside of Australia, but can currently be found enjoying the recent rebrand of the social-recluse in a dark room in Footscray.

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