In the heyday of its early years, GTV9 in Melbourne was more than just a television studio — it brought together under one roof a multitude of skills and clever, talented people.
The services on-tap included film production, sound recording, scenery construction, animation, wardrobe, makeup — and still (publicity) photography.
Consequently many of Denzil’s activities at GTV9 were documented by publicity photographers and some of the photos from that period of 1957–1963 survive in his collection. Included are studio portraits like this one.
Here Denzil wears his favourite Harris Tweed jacket — he purchased the fabric on the Isle of Bute and had it made into a coat in Saville Row during his UK trip in 1952.