Julia is an emerging photographer and visual artist. Her practice and research is directed by a long-term interest in the relationship between place and identity, and the tacit implications this has on behaviour and wellbeing. Having regularly moved between different countries, cities and homes throughout her life, Julia’s interest in sense-of-place (or lackthereof) is driven by her own geographically transient experience.
Her work often takes the form of documentary-style visual storytelling, although she has also worked across installation, new-media and abstract modes of image making.
She graduated from the Queensland College of Art with Honours in 2012, and her work has been exhibited in a number of local exhibitions and art festivals. As well, Julia has experience as a visual literacy educator, having developed and presented photography workshops with the support of Brisbane State High School, and having also tutored Communications courses at The University of Queensland.