Category: Documenting Stories

The Car Project: a Collective

Can you imagine the kind of raised-eyebrow, side-eye you’d give someone who told you they were going to climb a mountain in stilettos or bathe in baked beans? I got that thrown at me more than once when I mentioned I was taking part in The Car Project: a collaboration between two Aussies and a Kiwi […]

Photographing a Moving Story + Thoughts on Memories

When I was five, we moved an hour up the road to the house I lived in for the remainder of my childhood. I remember standing in the bathroom on our first night. The sun was setting and the sky was glowing pink and orange out of the kitchen window, but in the bathroom it […]

Documenting Real Stories: ‘The Boys’ and Their Sinker Making Night

Documentary family photography is something I’m incredibly passionate about. I think about it a lot and the value of the images we make for future generations. I take any opportunity I can to spread the word to other parents about why making pictures of every day stuff is so important. The other day while procrastinating on the […]

Documenting Childhood: Chasing the Wash

One particularly windy afternoon, my making the bed was interrupted by shrieks of laughter coming from the back yard. (Yes, I make my bed in the afternoon and not as soon as I wake up like my mother, for shame.) I looked out my window to see my daughter running in and out of the […]

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