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Naz Mulla - Australian Photographer, Releases His New Website and Online Portfolio

After many years of simply using the internet to display his portfolio, Naz Mulla has now embraced new media to offer a much more immersive and responsive website.

Brisbane Australia (PRWEB) December 31, 2013

His local and international clients are now able to receive their work across multiple platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows, Linux, and Mac systems. From simple proofing to high resolution file delivery, the new system works flawlessly and fast; meeting the demands of all clients.

Naz Mulla has worked as an international photographer for over 20 years. He is based in Brisbane and services a wide range of clients from Australia to the UK, from Africa to the USA. Naz has photographed numerous celebrities, politicians, and personalities worldwide.

Naz provides photographs to the advertising, commercial and editorial markets. His attention to detail, teamwork ethics, and his down-to-earth approach make him a favorite amongst art directors, producers and photo editors globally.

Naz's photographic series on African sculpture is also part of the permanent collection at the Royal Museum of Central Africa in Tervuren, Belgium.

Naz calls Australia home but prefers to think of himself as a citizen of the world, having lived in Africa, UK, and the USA. One of his favourite memories is being involved in the launch of the prestigious ocean liner, Cunard's Queen Mary 2. Naz had the rare opportunity of working behind the scenes whilst the ship was being built in a French shipyard, and, then photographing her inaugural transatlantic voyage from Southampton to Ft. Lauderdale.

Naz is very excited by the opportunities opened up by his new website. He looks forward to providing the most up to date services for all his clients, old and new.

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