I’m Hannah - AKA Keeper Creative. A nifty little photo-taker and art maker based in Perth, WA.
Growing up in country Western Australia, I was surrounded by a lot of sun and it’s something that never really left me.
When it comes to Keeper, (in short) natural light evokes connections - between people, to places and with important moments. My frames are about capturing that.
My approach is natural, relaxed and slightly journalistic. I’m a big believer in having fun on sessions and making sure everybody is as comfortable as possible. Whether it's a wedding, engagement, newborn or family portrait - I like to document with an unobtrusive approach. I want to document the special spark that is already there and so unique to each and every human connection.
Above all, I love finding out people's stories, capturing those moments and turning them into beautiful images.
If you’re keen to work together or inquire about pricing, hop on your horse and scoot on over to the Get In Touch page.
My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive;
and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humour, and some style.
- Maya Angelou
The Keeper Cow
Why the cow you ask?
Although I'm very much a Perth loving' city slicker today - my roots are buried deep in red and rich WA dirt. I have the memory of a goldfish, but there is one that lingers. One that both my mum, dad, sister and brother all share - and one of my fondest. Raising our own little calves. Mine was Quicksilver - I was a total tomboy and clearly right into surf brands… We hand fed our little babes with buckets before school and got to watch them grow big and strong.
Cows are consistent, grounded and a little quirky. They have this twinkle in their eye that hints of mischief and fun. They're versatile, resilient, usually drenched in sunlight and always remind me of home.
You're the keeper of your own memories. These are what shape us. You can be reminded with images, stories and songs, that are interpreted in a hundred different ways by each individual. But your memories - they're unique to you and you only - and that is damn cool.
That's the story of the Keeper cow.
These photographs are available for print and purchase.
Who doesn't want a cow on their wall?