Rémi Chauvin


Born and raised on the island state of lutruwita/Tasmania, Rémi has travelled far and wide, but chooses to call Tasmania home. He has majors in Fine Arts and Journalism, which provide the creativity and grounding for the work that he chooses. 

Rémi’s work has been published across Australia’s largest media outlets such as The Guardian, The Australian, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Monthly and Crikey, and have graced the arts pages of various news organisations across the globe, such as The New York Times, BBC, Time and Vice

He has also been responsible for the photography for high-end commercial art books, of which he has done for the likes of Marina Abramović for Mona Museum, where he worked as the Senior Photographer for almost seven years.

Rémi won the international 2019 Monster Children Photo Competition for one of his images taken during protests in Paris. He has been a finalist in various other prizes such as the National Photographic Portraiture Prize (Aus), the Moran Contemporary Photography Prize (Aus), the Head On Photography Portrait Landscape prizes, and has exhibited within the Head On Photography Festival in Australia, internationally as a part of PhotoWerk in Berlin, and hehad his first solo exhibition at Good Grief Gallery in Tasmania in 2021.


Rémi's work is rooted in authenticity, and informed by the immediacy of the people and the environment that surrounds him. He works dynamically amongst the changing light, with a keen desire to showcase the best in this world. He strives to make clear, uncompromising, and compelling work.

Known for working broadly across portraiture, editorial and commercial work, he works directly and intimately with a broad range of clients, and is also a strong collaborator with larger creative teams and agencies on bigger projects. And he loves getting out of his comfort zone. 

Don't be shy to get in touch with Rémi to discuss projects big and small, across land and seas.

Selected Clients

  • Blundstone Boots
  • Tourism Tasmania
  • Mona 
  • Surf Lifesaving Australia
  • Dark Mofo
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • Electrolux
  • Lark Distillery
  • Audi
  • Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
  • Marriott Hotels
  • Dulux
  • RISING Festival
  • Sony Entertainment
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