Biography: Andrew Günsberg is one of Australia's most well-known TV and radio presenters. Currently the host of The Hot Hits Live from LA, a radio show broadcast live from Los Angeles each Sunday and heard on over 100 stations across Australia, he is also a correspondent for the 7pm Project.
Andrew has also hosted Australian Idol, presented at Channel [v] and was the voice of Take 40 Australia. He has narrated the Logie award winning documentary series Bondi Rescue and Recruits, as well as hosted Network Ten's New Years Eve broadcasts.
Despite all his media pursuits, Andrew is a passionate photographer and, when he has time, he DJs as well.
To check out what's in Andrew's kit and his approach to photography, watch our interview.
More of Andrew's work can be seen on his Flickr photostream. Andrew has selected images from his 365 Days project (where he took a self-portrait every day for a year) for our Exposure series.
Alex was kind enough to let me use his beautiful 1965 Cadillac for today's photo.
What a machine. It's friggin' gorgeous. It's a hybrid, too; part tractor, part aeroplane. A 444 under the hood and way more fuel efficient than just pouring petrol on the ground.
In the commercial breaks on Idol we all work hard to keep the audience pumped, because they are such a massive part of the show.
I took this with about 40 seconds to go on the commercial break, and asked everyone to "do something you're not allowed to do on TV" in honour of Shirley Strachan, who I once saw do that at a Skyhooks show on the telly and thought it was the coolest thing ever.
Strobist set-up: Canon 580EX II flash with a Westcott Softbox straight on the camera
After years of planning, months of "no, we really can technically do this" and a whole lot of hustling from a whole lot of people — we went to air last night. Live from Los Angeles on a Saturday night, all around Australia. A huge team pulled it together, and last night we all made it happen.
Afterwards, we ate cake. And Vegan Burgers at Swingers. And Margaritas (only two though, I was tired).
Strobist set-up: 580EX II in front and left through Westcott softbox, bare 580EX behind to produce flare, MiniTT1 and Pocket Wizard IIs to trigger
Fourth day of Rainy Cold LA, mudslide warnings today, hail as well. Me? I'm in my bunny suit. I'm cosy. If I were the President of France, I'd be Nikolas Sarkozy.
Strobist set-up: 580EX II high and behind, snooted, Profoto Compact 300 behind me into the sheet, Profoto Compact 300 through Creative Light gridded strip-box, triggered with Pocket Wizard IIs and a Mini TT1 Transmitter
Normally when I do press interviews, it involves sitting in cramped hotel hallways, waiting quietly for a chance to have three minutes with the actors. Today was very different! The Russell Brand movie Get Him to the Greek is set at LA's iconic Greek Theatre. Think Neil Diamond's "Hot August Night" and you're here.
Strobist set-up: 580EX II at full power to battle the direct overhead sunlight, and a Westcott Softbox to cut it up a bit, self-timer