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Attila Csaszar

Attila joined Business News in 2013 and covers all the publication's photography and multimedia needs.
He has more than 10 years’ management and multimedia development experience in digital media in Hungary, and dedicates his free time to photo series that go beyond day-to-day photojournalism. Attila's primary interest has always been portraiture and documentary photography.

Bound for Bondi with a bit of ‘wow’ factor

PHOTO ESSAY: Local artist Johannes Pannekoek says he’s always in the process of creating something new and unusual, with his latest sculpture making its first appearance last week at Bondi’s 2017 Sculpture By the Sea.

Percussionists go Kaboom in the basement

PHOTO ESSAY: Drumming duo Kaboom Percussion teamed up with events coordinator Ensembly to perform in the basement of CBD coworking space Studio Startup.

Sensory signals show irresistible urge for chocolate

PHOTO ESSAY: Researchers from Curtin University’s School of Marketing, in partnership with the Curtin HIVE (Hub for Immersive Visualisation and eResearch), recently held one of the first studies of its kind to explore the effects of sensory cues in retail stores on consumer emotions.

Steel Blue: hard-wearing, not hard to wear

PHOTO ESSAY: Work boot company Steel Blue has shown niche, quality-focused manufacturing has a place in Western Australia.

Harvesting the ocean's bounty

PHOTO ESSAY: Workers from Ocean Grown Abalone will install 5,000 concrete habitats, or Abitats, at Augusta during the next 18 months as part of anexpansion of the company’s aquaculture business.

Olive oil ecotourism opportunity

PHOTO ESSAY: About six weeks after the last grapes have been picked from the vines in the Margaret River region another bountiful harvest begins – the olive harvest.

From vineyard to catwalk, sparkling couture

When Gary Cass spoiled a vat of wine by accidentally flooding it with oxygen ar a South West vineyard more than 20 years ago , he noticed a textile-like substance had developed inside the container

Fringe: The rehearsal

PHOTO ESSAY: Direct from London’s West End, the unique cabaret-circus La Soiree from Fringe World 2015 & 2016 is back performing its show in Western Australia.

Many cooks make for great events

PHOTO ESSAY: Whoever coined the phrase ‘too many cooks spoil the broth’ clearly didn’t work in a commercial kitchen catering for large events. 

Snapshots from the Fringe

As the Fringe World Festival enters its second weekend, Business News photographer Attila Csaszar offers the first instalment of his ‘Behind the Scenes at Fringe’ series – the Edith Spiegeltent.

Richards creates new world on wonder wall

PHOTO ESSAY: A three-year journey to transform a South Fremantle warehouse into one of the port city’s largest public artworks is nearing its end, with the final touches to be applied to the East West Design furniture store on Marine Terrace by the end of the year.

Nerves, dreams, desires...

PHOTO ESSAY: A month before the Telstra Perth Fashion Festival, more than 150 models fronted an industry panel in the hope of being selected to walk the runway in one of the fashion parades during the six-day event. 

Iconic retailers stand test of time

PHOTO ESSAY: Retail is a difficult game to stick around in, but there are a handful of retailers in Perth that have stood the test of time and remain operating in their original location.

Engineering our future

PHOTO ESSAY and MULTIMEDIA: The industrial application of automated and robotic technologies has been a feature of manufacturing for many years.

Stars of the pool

PHOTO ESSAY: Ahead of the start of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Business News photographer Attila Csaszar spent some time with the three Western Australian athletes who will represent the nation as part of the Aussie Stingers women’s water polo team.

CEOs' Desks

PHOTO ESSAY: Business News photographer Attila Csaszar captured images of some of WA's business and political leaders at their workstations.

Taking the next step

PHOTO ESSAY: With our special report into Universities in next week’s paper, Business News has taken the opportunity to speak to some recent and soon to be university graduates about what looms ahead as they make the big transition into the workforce.

Bespoke is best for Perth jewellers

PHOTO ESSAY and MULTIMEDIA: Perth-based jewellers Linneys, Rohan Jewellery, Blennerhassett Fine Jewellers, and Vildosola Jewellery Atelier remain committed to local manufacturing, resisting the temptation to lower costs by shifting their operations offshore.

Documenting humanity worldwide

PHOTO ESSAY: On March 19 2016, photographers and documentary makers gathered in cities around the world for the 24HourProject, to document and share in real time the ‘human condition’ of their city.

So fresh they're still biting

PHOTO ESSAY and MULTIMEDIA: A focus on sustainability and environmentally friendly fishing is proving a boon for WA seafood producers.

Photographs of the year 2015

MULTIMEDIA: Check out the best photos from Business News in 2015 - see all of them

Photos of the year 2013

MULTIMEDIA: Best photos from 2013.

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Taking the next step

PHOTO ESSAY: With our special report into Universities in next week’s paper, Business News has taken the opportunity to speak to some recent and soon to be university graduates about what looms ahead as they make the big transition into the workforce.

From vineyard to catwalk, sparkling couture

When Gary Cass spoiled a vat of wine by accidentally flooding it with oxygen ar a South West vineyard more than 20 years ago , he noticed a textile-like substance had developed inside the container

CEOs' Desks

PHOTO ESSAY: Business News photographer Attila Csaszar captured images of some of WA's business and political leaders at their workstations.

So fresh they're still biting

PHOTO ESSAY and MULTIMEDIA: A focus on sustainability and environmentally friendly fishing is proving a boon for WA seafood producers.

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Bespoke is best for Perth jewellers

PHOTO ESSAY and MULTIMEDIA: Perth-based jewellers Linneys, Rohan Jewellery, Blennerhassett Fine Jewellers, and Vildosola Jewellery Atelier remain committed to local manufacturing, resisting the temptation to lower costs by shifting their operations offshore.

Engineering our future

PHOTO ESSAY and MULTIMEDIA: The industrial application of automated and robotic technologies has been a feature of manufacturing for many years.