Anthony McKee is a Melbourne-based professional photographer working for corporate, editorial and event clients.


Anthony studied at Wellington Polytech's School of Professional Photography in the late 1980’s and went on to work as a news photographer. During this time he photographed his first major exhibition, The Oamaru Male, a look at the role of males in small town New Zealand. In 1995 he went freelance and spent time on the Chatham Islands photographing the project In Our Own Land, capturing a look at life on New Zealand’s remotest community.

In 2002 he moved to Melbourne and now he enjoys bringing his documentary style work to his corporate, event and editorial clientele. Anthony is also a contributing editor for Australian Photography magazine.

He is a past winner of the NZIPP Landscape Photographer of the Year award and AIPP Documentary Photographer of the Year award and in 2013, he was awarded an Honorary Fellowship to the NZIPP for services to the industry.