Market Lane Media is a creative collective working together to share meaningful stories.

We create boutique wedding photography and films, documentaries, corporate content and head shots.

Based in Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and abroad.

The Storytellers


Laura {words by Alexandra}

Meet Laura - Manager + co-creative
Laura is also passionate about storytelling. She’s a wordsmith by trade with qualifications in Broadcast Journalism (minoring in Film & Television) and International Relations from Bond University.
Laura is deeply passionate about social justice and believes we can make a difference in this world. So while collaborating on MLM projects she also works in public policy - with the bulk of her experience in social policy and governance. Most recently she took up a Senior Campaigns Advisor role - a promotion which also saw her move from Canberra to Melbourne.
Pre-policy advising days she worked in marketing and communications as a fresh faced University grad - designing advertisements and writing articles for a private company and then a not-for-profit.
Laura is the go-to person for producing and writing the stories we curate.

Alexandra {words by Laura}

Meet Alexandra - Creative Director + founder
Alexandra founded MLM in 2013. She saw an opportunity when colleagues, friends, acquaintances and Instagrammers kept approaching her to capture their special occasions. MLM was born.
Alexandra's adventurous spirit is reflected in her creative style, where the beauty of nature and natural light heavily feature. Her talents for visual storytelling has seen her jet set around the globe to work on documentary projects. She has also spent time in the Philippines training locals in using film to create their own stories.
Pre-MLM she completed a degree at the University of South Australia in media and film. She has worked in corporate film and photography production as well as project management and communications in the International Development sector.

With a down to earth demeanour and get stuff done attitude, she will put you at ease while behind the camera.

Alex {words by Alexandra}

Meet Alex - Co-creative
Alex is a Queensland based creative and a key storyteller of Market Lane Media. Alex studied still photography at Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art and enjoys telling unique stories through the still and moving image.
Alex’s affinity for travel has seen him explore many corners of the earth, all the while documenting local life. These trips have seen him complete two volunteer teacher placements with UnitingWorld in India and the Solomon Islands. This also opened doors for Alex to contribute a vast body of visual work to UnitingWorld for their International communication materials
A natural people-person, Alex brings life to any project he works on through his people-focused approach.
During his spare time you’ll find Alex by the beach, camping, catching up with friends or watching sport.

The Art of Storytelling

Photojournalism is key to MLM’s philosophy. We pride ourselves on capturing real moments as they naturally unfold, working with natural light.

The Market Lane Media Difference

Five per cent of MLM’s profit from wedding shoots funds ‘storytelling kits’ for small to medium size NGOs that work with vulnerable communities.

A storytelling kit costs $1000, and contains a camera, tripod and training manual that has been purposefully developed to provide an ‘introduction to videography’ to achieve social development outcomes.

MLM is keen to support businesses and organisations with a charitable purpose through offering discounts on corporate media services. Get in touch to find to out how we could support your organisation’s cause.

The Power of Storytelling

MLM is passionate about telling stories for two main reasons:

1. Storytelling is a powerful tool to connect with others. Stories transcend generations and cultures. A story can inspire and influence. It can build your personal or professional brand. It can capture a moment for all time.

2. Storytelling is a powerful tool to achieve social progress. Access to media to share information and tell stories has shaped history. It has increased awareness of social issues and given voices to the most vulnerable. This is why a portion of all our profits go towards funding ‘story telling’ kits for NGOs and small organisations working with vulnerable communities in the Philippines.