Daisy Noyes (born 1980) was born and raised in New York State, where she studied photography at Sarah Lawrence College with Joel Sternfeld. Since 2004 she has lived and worked in Australia. Daisy uses both large format film and digital cameras to inquire into the feminine, the family, motherhood, the body, seasonality, the relationship between people and the landscape, and disturbed nature.
Images from her series "Mother Figure: 71 Self-Portraits in Isolation" were selected for Ballarat Foto Biennale’s Mass Isolation Australia and Format Festival’s Mass Isolation Format projects, and were also chosen for a screening at the Auckland Festival of Photography.
Her work has been published in The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, VOGUE Living Australia, and on View Camera Australia. She has also exhibited at NOIR Darkroom in Melbourne and in the current exhibition at the International Center for Photography in New York: #ICPConcerned: Global Images for Global Crisis.