I am a formalist…
I’ve just completed another term at the Centre for Creative Photography, where we essentially looked at different genres. What I loved about this term was that I really nailed my style. I am a formalist. Simply put: I love lines. And I have a little of the urban landscape photographer in me as well. Check out my assessment portfolio (below) and you will see that I speak the truth.
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My tiny feet follow in the rather deep and broad footsteps of Lewis Baltz, John Pfahl, Joel Meyerowitz and Adelaide-based photographer, Mark Goddard. Mark was one of my assessors yesterday, and he said that I made the mundane seem interesting and beautiful. High praise, indeed.
Not bad for a girl who had not heard the word “aperture” until 12 months ago!