BA Photography, BA Public Relations, Grad Dip. Advanced Visual Storyelling
Alana teaches photojournalism, documentary, new media, storytelling, Virtual Reality.
She has been at tutor at Photography Studies College since 2017. She has also previously been a regular guest lecturer in photography programs at various colleges and universities.
Alana is a member of leading Australian documentary photography collective, Oculi, and international collective, Women Photograph. Since graduating in 2015, she has been the recipient of The Pool Grant in 2016, a finalist in the National Portrait Prize, William and Winifred Bowness Prize for Photography in 2017, and highly commended in the Maggie Diaz Prize for Photography the same year.
In 2018, Alana was nominated for the World Press 6x6 Global Talent Program. Alana's independent work has been exhibited at Museum of Art and Science (Sydney), Head On International Festival of Photography (Sydney), The Lost Ones Gallery (Ballarat), Organ Vida Festival of Photography (Zagreb), and LUMIX Festival of Young Photojournalism (Hannover). In her freelance work, she works with international development agencies across Asia-Pacific to produce contemporary visual storytelling projects.
Visual storytelling, documentary and photojournalism
Photography Studies College (Melbourne) is a division of Photography Holdings Pty. Ltd.
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