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Meero Meet up: Sydney, Australia

Here at Meero, we talk about community a lot. That's partly because we have the largest community of creatives in the world, and thanks to our ambassador program, our community gets together for different meetups, mixers, photo walks and workshops in 35 different countries around the world. 

Last month, on September 25th in Sydney, Australia, the Meero Community held its first local social mixer! The mixer was hosted by Honkas Bar + Eats and organized by Lena, the Australian Meero Ambassador (check out her Instagram here). 35 photographers met up to socialize, network, get to know each other and exchange photography tips. 

Check out the video filmed and edited by Lena with music ‘Fake’ by Andre Aguado here: 

 

 

 

And don’t forget to check out the Instagram accounts of the amazing photographers who attended: 

Alani Media

Tomas Badino Lynch

Vaida Photography

MilkCrate Production

Heidi Zhu

Wadih Nader

Absolute Fashion Photography

Jason Felsch

Cristian Soto

Sandeep Sapkota

Audrey Vimage

Cara Garnham

Emad Iskarous

Xavier Rodríguez Vela

Stephen Wong

Renata Aldana

Francesco Locatelli

Adrian Maya

The Mirahless Revolution

Juanda Manurung

Bill Chen

Kishan Dhameliya

 

Interested in joining the largest creative community in the world? Check it out here!

 

 

15 Oct 2019 by Monica Linzmeier

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