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  • Larry Oskin

    Larry Oskin

    FINE ARTS PHOTOGRAPHER

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    Larry Oskin studied graphic design, photography, journalism and fine art at the State University College of New York at Buffalo. Larry Oskin has exhibited his works in private galleries and public art museums as well as at art festivals inclusive of the world-famous Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY. Earlier in his career, Larry Oskin was also Director of Marketing for Circle Fine Art, which was respected as the world’s largest fine art publisher and private art gallery chain, where he provided marketing for Peter Max, Erté, Agam, Rockwell, Neiman, Mouley, Hoffman, Calder, Walt Disney Studios and many internationally respected artists. Larry Oskin launched Art Beautique, dedicated to celebrating inspirations of beauty. Larry Oskin notes, “My Art Beautique work is very stylized as abstract photo impressionism. I believe that photography remains one of our best artistic forms of creative media and visual expression. Through the fine art of photography, we are able to share what we can see, sense and feel, yet not touch!” The Art Beautique collection celebrates the beauty of women, glamour, nature, flowers, animals, cityscapes, world capitals, the Washington, DC monuments and Judaica art.

  • Kate Fairley

    Kate Fairley

    INSURANCE DIRECTORY BUSINESS (WEBSITE DIRECTOR AND MANAGER)

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    I was an overachiever in high school, getting a 92.65 ENTER score, but because I was so good at everything it was so difficult to pick a career path. I got into Law at Deakin so that's what I did for a year & a half, but I found I wasn't passionate about it and didn't think it was worth spending another 4 years to come to the same conclusion. The first place that hired me was an insurance brokerage in a reception role, and it was here, after I’d stopped learning, that I realised that was my passion. I was good at everything (not great, just good) because I was excellent at learning. It took me a while but I eventually gained the confidence to take a chance on myself and move to an Account Manager position with another brokerage where I also started my Bachelor of Commerce (part time, off campus). After 18 months there I moved to an Assistant Underwriter position with an Underwriting Agency where I was given the opportunity to take control of their business processes and played an integral role in helping the business become profitable again ...