Owen Hegarty portrait photographyClose
Owen Hegarty has prodigious experience in the global mining industry, including leading Rio Tinto Asia and Rio Tinto’s Australian copper and gold business. Owen holds multiple executive roles; is Executive Chairman of EMR Capital, a specialist resources private equity manager; and a Non-Executive Director of Fortescue Metals Group. Owen is frequently interviewed in the financial media.
Digital Tsunami was commissioned to develop a website, and in advance of the launch, to produce corporate portrait photography.
Melbourne-based Ned Meldrum photographed Owen in the corporate environment of a Collins Street office.
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