Tony McDonough is the principal photographer for Raw Image, a business he set up with his wife in 1992 using a combination of Leica M-System and R-System cameras.
In 1993 after winning an international photographic competition (using an old M4-2) the renowned Australian photographer David Moore commented that Tony’s style was “reminiscent” of Henri Cartier-Bresson in the way he captured life.
Tony has been working professionally for more than 30 years, covering international and local assignments for many publications and business clients including IBM, Fokker Aircraft, FMG, Woodside, Orbital…the list goes on as does the publications list with assignments and work published in mastheads such as TIME, National Geographic Traveler, PARIS Match, the Independent, Fortune magazine, Marie Claire, WHO WEEKLY, the New York Times Magazine, the AGE, SMH, The Financial Review, and the Australian. He has covered sporting events from the America’s Cup to Olympics, Commonwealth Games and World Swimming Championships.
He has won the Western Australian Press Photographer of the Year award 3 times, and is a Walkley Award runner-up.
He now specializes in location photography using a minimum of equipment and photographing everything from boardroom shots to news assignments photojournalism to documentary, portraits to fast action sports.
You can see more of Tony’s work at www.rawimage.com.au