The work exhibited at PSC keeps getting more exciting and eye-popping, as the years progress. If you haven’t visited our Mid Year Exhibition this year, you must rush yourself to 65 City Road to get a burst of inspiration this very moment! We have a diverse range of students exhibiting, from the first to final year of the Creative Certificate, Pro Certificate, Advanced Diploma and Bachelor degree. Seeing all stages of student work which cover every area of photography such as travel, documentary, photojournalism, fashion, lifestyle, food, portrait and landscape, is a rare occasion. Furthermore, the exhibition will only be on for a limited time.
Here’s a sneak peak of some of the brilliant work being showcased:
Aaron Walker is a professional photographer with a fifteen year career in the arts industry as an international aerial performer, circus trainer and show consultant. He recently had his own solo exhibition at Watch This Space Gallery in Sydney and received rave reviews from Arts Review, which you can read about here. Keep up to date with Aaron’s work and enjoy a bedazzling journey of striking photographs.
Pier Carthew is a fashion photographer who has always wanted to push the boundaries of the genre and produce new, stunning images. Being a former theatre actor who now photographs stage shows, performers and productions, Pier’s photography is injected with a sense of heightened drama. If you come by PSC, be sure to see Pier’s work the moment you enter our foyer!
Photojournalist Rochelle Hansen, specialises in travel – culture and equine photography, having exhibited her show-stopping work at the Kapow! Exhibition in 2015, the CCP Salon in 2015 and 2014, and has been the recipient of the Mason Family Arts Bursary for 3 years in a row since 2014. Follow Rochelle @rochellehansenphotography.
Proud to have her work up for the Mid Year Exhibition, Sally Kaack is a traveller and storyteller, capturing the true essence of urban culture all around the world. Check out her Instagram channel to slip into a colourful world that pulsates with vibrance and adventure.
Fine art photographer, Sarah Walker is one of our prized Bachelor degree students who has carved out a niche for herself in terms of showcasing thought-provoking work. She has been published by Son of a Gun Magazine, The Latent Image and has achieved a lot of success at the Melbourne Art Book Fair (2016), the Obscura Photography Festival in Penang (2015) and soon will be met with much praise at her upcoming exhibition at the Besser Gallery.