About your local photographer

I am an internationally recognised street photographer from Australia and co-founder of an online platform featuring Australian women and non-binary street photographers. I am also an administrator of womeninstreet, a growing international community of women street photographers and a member of the Little Box Collective.

I teach street photography workshops internationally and in Australia.

I have three adult children, two sausage dogs, and Gerry. I live in Austinmer, New South Wales.

I can’t quite get enough travel and adventure in her life.

Awards, Publications, Exhibitions etc

My work has been exhibited internationally and I have been a finalist in international street photography competitions. I have exhibited my work in Australia and overseas and been featured in street photography magazines and interviewed on several photography podcasts.
I have judged a number of photography festival competitions, including Miami Street Photography Festival, Street Foto San Francisco and the Italian Street Photography Festival. I have also curated several exhibitions, including the 'Exposed' exhibition at the Head On Photo Festival in Sydney, the 'Two Way Street' exhibition in San Francisco and more recently the 'Double Trouble' exhibition at Head On in Sydney in May and November 2020.
I have recently been awarded an Honorary membership of the Calcutta School of Contemporary Photography and I am a nominee for the 2020 Leica Oskar Barnack Award.

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  • Nicola
  • Dec 9, 2020
  • We were interested to hear Julia's talk, as it can be quite hard to find women photographers to speak (at least in NZ!), especially in the street photography area. She was an absolute font of knowledge, and even though women street photographers are a minority, she was able to share some amazing images from a huge list of them! We especially enjoyed the diptychs she had curated - the physical exhibition sounded amazing!
    Julia is a very friendly and approachable speaker, quick to respond to any contact, and very open in promoting and crediting her fellow photographers. A very refreshing talk, totally recommended - thanks, Julia!