Pictured: Melissa Findley with Moukhao, a 38 year old female Asian elephant who was rescued from the logging industry in Laos. 

Pictured: Melissa Findley with Moukhao, a 38 year old female Asian elephant who was rescued from the logging industry in Laos. 

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Melissa Findley is an Australian photographer who currently resides on the Gold Coast, Queensland.

Melissa’s extensive scope of work includes Travel, Adventure, Portraits, Landscape, Lifestyle and Charity. Working with brands such as The Intrepid Foundation, Canon Australia and a number of different tourism boards across the globe, Melissa has spent the past few years relentlessly chasing her dreams, wherever they take her.

Melissa’s ventures in charity and raising awareness include donating funds from photographic prints and zines to both Cambodian and Nepalese charities, volunteering in Uganda with OrphFund and supporting organisations protecting Orangutans and Elephants in Borneo and Laos respectively. This is only a glimpse of Melissa’s charitable contribution.

Inspired by the powerful beauty and wonder of the natural world, Melissa's tells very intimate stories of the places she travels to and the people who make each place uniquely their own. Through her lens, her dedicated followers become her travel companions and are immersed in a sensory experience of culture, beauty and emotion.

With an abundance of real world experience, Melissa’s work has taken her across the globe from Australia to Nepal, Africa, Samoa and everywhere in between.

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Melissa is readily available for travel and photography projects worldwide.
Please feel free to contact Melissa with any enquiries.