I’ve had my work published by TIME, VICE Magazine, Noisey: Music By VICE, Huffington Post, ABC1, Style Magazines, The Urban List and more.
I love working with publishers to complement their writing, either on assignment or coming to an agreement on previous work. Much of my work is done under contract while on assignment, but it never hurts to ask if the rights can be purchased for your publication. No work can be published either online or in print prior to an agreement being given, regardless of whether attribution has been given. Get in touch with me to chat about your publication and how my work can compliment it.
Think you have a product I would love, or want to sell more tickets to an upcoming show through real-time updates? I get over 250,000 monthly views on my content, and might be the music photography influencer you are looking for.
How to credit my work
If you have a photo of mine you’ve been supplied, thanks for using it. All use of my work, should be credited accordingly. On a website, you must include the following:
Photo by <a href="https://mattwalterphoto.com">Matt Walter</a>.
On social media, tag the relevant account:
Instagram – https://instagram.com/mattwalterphoto/
Facebook – https://facebook.com/mattwalterphoto
Twitter – https://twitter.com/mattwalterphoto
I’ve done work for companies such as Telstra, record labels such as I Oh You, bands such as Violent Soho, events such as Brisbane International Film Festival and worked with many more companies with various needs. Check out some of my freelance work.
I do freelance work at an hourly rate but can do inexpensive daily rates for consecutive days of work.
I’ve collaborated with magazines, book authors, bands, designers and more. What I care most about is making something amazing that we are both proud of.
I do collaborative work for trade or payment. Regardless of your idea, I would love to hear it.
Other stuff I run.
The work shown on this website is what I spend most of my time producing, however, I also run a photography podcast called ‘FILTER’ and have a resource hub to help beginner photographers learn music photography.