People and their relationships – to the natural world, their man made environments and to each other-fascinate me. My approach to photography is “narrative documentary”- my projects include a mixture of landscapes, still life and natural portraits to tell a story.
My interest in this approach came from my earlier photographic work as a celebrations photographer in my business, Pink Ginger Photography. After retiring, and with the outbreak of the pandemic in 2020, I turned to developing projects around a concept.
I am equally passionate about the tactile qualities of photographs, and am experimenting with photobooks and different printing styles and formats.
I studied professional photography at The Photography Institute in 2010.
I acknowledge the Ngunnawal and Ngambri People as the Traditional Owners of the land I live and work on and pay my respect and thanks to their Elders, past, present and emerging. I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of lands and waters across Australia and recognise that Indigenous sovereignty has never been ceded.