A part of Square Holes recent brand update included a renewed focus on our company’s ethos through the introduction of our tagline, ‘Deeply understanding real people’.
We believe that meaningful change can only come from understanding people and culture. And one of the ways we have decided to illustrate that on our new website is through the introduction of our ‘Real People’ photographic series. Square Holes engaged local photographer Thomas McCammon to go out into the community and photograph individuals and locales, while learning about their stories.
It is our plan moving forward to expand this series into different locations with a number of photographers, as a snapshot of the people and lives being lived around the world. A small insight for our clients and readers into the ‘real people’ driving change.
Location: Carnegie, Melbourne
What is something that made you feel joy recently?
Recently I’ve honestly been able to meet so many likeminded people through my community, giving me a group that I feel myself around who all share the same passions and interests.
What is your pet peeve?
Hatred. It’s really concerning how much of our history has so much hate and animosity, and it makes me truly sad.
What do you love about living in your city?
Living in Melbourne has introduced me to an infinite amount of art and culture that I can explore. I really value diving into super diverse interests and becoming involved in as many as I can.
What are you passionate about?
Music and art. I’ve always had a soft spot for anything artistic in all its forms, and I’ve devoted a lot of my life to exploring it.