Daisy Noyes works in the space between photography and performance. Her images are visual testaments to fleeting constructed worlds and ephemeral performances of fragments of narrative and inner landscape. Her practice explores themes of the family, motherhood, the body, seasonality, and eco-anxiety.
Daisy studied photography with Joel Sternfeld at Sarah Lawrence College in New York and at The Aegean Centre for Fine Arts in Greece. She also holds a BA (Hons) in Performance from The University of New South Wales.
She has exhibited in the UK for Format Festival at QUAD Gallery, in Melbourne at NOIR Gallery and the Centre for Contemporary Photography’s Salon, and In New York at ICP as part of the exhibition “ICP Concerned: Global Images for a Global Crisis.”
Her work has been published in GALAH Press, JANE by The Grey Attic, The Age/ Sydney Morning Herald, Australian VOGUE Living and on View Camera Australia.
2020 LensCulture Critics’ Choice Award
2020 Finalist, Australian Photography Awards, Portrait Category