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Max Doyle is an Australian photographer renowned for his fashion imagery and striking portraiture. Doyle first discovered his passion during a period of great change: the development of the grunge era in early 90’s London. It was during this time, the photographer began to produce dynamic interpretations of contemporary counterculture, exploring the ways in which postmodern art and fashion collide. Here, poignant beauty coupled with a kind of elegant rebellion characterised his unmistakable style.

Having worked extensively throughout London and New York, Doyle then returned to Sydney in 1999 to launch the iconic art photography magazine, doingbird in collaboration with creative director Malcolm Watt. This independent biannual title amassed an immediate following for its unguarded approach to culture and style, featuring a diverse body of work from celebrated photographers the likes of Terry Richardson and Alasdair McLellan, together with cover stars such as Liya Kebede, Anja Rubik and Natasha Poly.

Doyle also regularly produces a number of commercial campaigns and continues to contribute to fashion publications.