Photo Credit (above) Maciej Dakowicz India 2017
Not long after getting my first real camera I saw the images of Mary Ellen Mark and discovered quickly I was drawn to the genre of street photography and particularly its intersection with documentary and travel photography styles.
Home is Perth, Western Australia, and I enjoy exploring the culture of its beaches and coastal communities.
My work focuses on capturing details and moments, emotions and interactions; I aim to create photographs that pose a question which remains unanswered in the fleeting moment it takes to capture the image.
In my spare time I volunteer with the Perth based Shutterpaws Volunteer Photography group. We photograph rescue animals to help with their successful rehoming.
Co-founder of "Unexposed Collective", with Australian street photographer Julia Coddington. An online platform for active and emerging Australian women and non-binary street photographers. Unexposed Collective is on Facebook Unexposed Collective, and Instagram @unexp_collective
Co-curator the international street photography group @womeninstreet .
- Co-curator "Double Trouble" exhibition of 120 international women street photographers, HeadOn Photo Festival, May 2020
- Co-Curator "Two Way Street" exhibition of @womeninstreet photographers, Street Foto San Francisco, June 2019
- Co-curator and host "Exposed" exhibition of 60 Unexposed Collective members, HeadOn Photo Festival, May 2019
- Women Street Photographers, March 2021
- EyeShot Magazine, Flora & Fauna Edition, May 2020
- Loud & Luminous Book 2020, themed Equality, May 2020
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- Listed on the @WomenInStreet online World Map of Women Street Photographers.
In May 2019 we curated and hosted our inaugural exhibition "Exposed", as a featured artist in the Head On Photo Festival in Sydney, Australia. Over 60 Australian women and NB street photographers were included in our exhibition.
I actively engage with the international street photography group @womeninstreet and I am a co-curator of their instagram gallery. I am listed on their great online World Map of Women Street Photographers.
In April 2019, my Pink Lady in Paris image was selected as a finalist in the Italian Street Photography Festival single image competition, and was included in their festival exhibition in Rome.
With this same image, I was a selected photographer in dotart Short Street Stories, chosen for exhibition at Trieste Photo days in Italy October 2019, and for publication in the 2019 edition of their book.
In May 2019, my Beach Dogs image was selected to be exhibited as part of the Aussie Street "City to Surf" exhibition at the Head On Photo Festival in Sydney, Australia.
This same image was also selected for exhibition in the Women Street Photographers group exhibition at the PHOS festival in Sofia, Bulgaria, May 2019.
In 2019 my Cottesloe Beach (Mirror) image was selected to be exhibited in the Street Sans Frontieres Exhibition in Paris 17-19th May.
In 2018, I was listed by Tim Huynh in his list of 20 Female Street Photographers to Follow in 2018.
In 2018, I was named as a finalist in the 2018 Aussie Street Photography Competition.
In 2018, I have been invited to exhibit a selection of images for the Street Sans Frontiers Exhibition in Paris 18th-20th May. From this, my photograph "Jalandhar Dogs" was further selected to be exhibited in Trieste Photo Days Festival, Italy, October 2018.
In 2018, I was named a "selected photographer" with two images chosen in the 2018 dotART Urban Photo Awards and my image taken at Cottesloe Beach named in the winners list in the Urban Art Section. This photograph was selected to be exhibited in Trieste Photo Days Festival 2018 and for inclusion in the Urban Art photo book "Urban Unveils the City and its Secrets Vol 4".
In 2018 one of my images was selected for the inaugural Women Street Photographers Exhibition in New York, along with 74 other awesome women street photographers.
In 2017 my photograph "Jalandhar Dogs" was finalist in the Australian Photography Awards, Documentary section.
In 2017 I was listed by Cultura Colectiva as one of "7 Female Instagram photographers you should know if you want street cred".