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Thank you "Vanke Life." This wonderful Chinese Lifestyle magazine wrote an amazing article on my photography. It is the second article which talks about my workshops and soon to be book "Photogenic secrets." Thank you gail for writing a great article. I cannot wait for the magazine to reach my door step in Australia.

Photographer Kate Branch published in the magazine Vanke Life

Photographer Kate Branch published in the magazine Vanke Life

Photographer Kate Branch published in the magazine Vanke Life

Photographer Kate Branch published in the magazine Vanke Life

Photographer Kate Branch published in the magazine Vanke Life

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