I have some work in Black Lines showing from 8th-20th August 2017 at Black Eye Gallery in Sydney. It’s great to be part of an exhibition of architectural photography work with such fantastic photographers.
Der Greif is a magazine I have followed for a while that explores photography and literature, so it’s very exciting that one of my photos has been featured in their latest real-life and online exhibition called “A Process”. You can see all the photos over at the dedicated website – here.
They also have a section of the exhibition called ‘Combinations’ where they piece together different works to create a new meaning. My photo has been included in the two combinations below – I really like the relationship between the images, how they draw from each other to create a new story.
November was a busy month for me, participating in three exhibitions across Melbourne – Unsensored 13 with the Melbourne Silver Mine, an entry in the Independent Photography Festival’s Photo Prize, and the Centre for Contemporary Photography’s Salon.
Here’s a selection of the images I exhibited, all available as framed prints (contact me for further details).
After being a finalist last year, one of my photos made it to the semi-finalist stage of this years Moran Photographic Prize. Titled ‘Girl with Kangaroo’, this image is of the insatiably curious Bethany and a not-so-lucky kangaroo. Make sure you check out the other semi-finalists and finalists here.
I have a photo in the ‘Urban’ exhibition with Melbourne Silver Mine at this years fringe festival for the Ballarat International Foto Biennale. The Melbourne Silver Mine are a group of photographers in Melbourne shooting FILM ONLY – anything ranging from 35mm to larger formats and alternative processes.
If you’re in Ballarat over the next month make sure you check it out, there is some great work from everyone involved.
I was a finalist in this years Capture Magazine Top Emerging Photographers list in the architecture category! Pick up a copy in a newsagency or for ipad to check out all the great work.
One of my photos graced the pages of this months Capture Magazine. The first issue for 2013, it featured an interview with Sally Brownbill who helped me put together my folio and give me some insight into my strengths as a photographer, she was asked to contribute some photos from emerging photographers she had worked with, and my photo of Le Corbusier’s Church of Saint-Pierre made the cut.
My image of a roadside shrine from Callala Beach on the NSW south coast was a finalist in this years Moran Photo Prize.
It was really great to see it printed big, framed and hanging next to some really great photos at the exhibition opening the other night.
Check out the other finalists here.
I held my first solo exhibition at Edmund Pearce, Melbourne last September. I exhibited my series Marking the Way which you can see over here and it was great to see my work completed, printed beautifully by JCP Studios and up in such a great gallery for everyone to see.
At the start of 2012, I felt super chuffed to be included in an online exhibition of 30 under 30 Women Photographers.