You wont miss me at a gig, I am the girl in the white bandana. The name happened by fate during a summer festival I was photographing. To stop the sweat rolling in to my eyes and camera’s viewfinder, I grabbed the closest thing in my bag which just happened to be a trusty white bandana. Throughout the festival I heard yells and screams from fans saying “Oi….girl in the bandana...take my photo” and as they say, the rest is history. To this day I still get a buzz when talent and their crew instantly recognise me when they see the girl in the white bandana capturing them in their element.
I fell into Entertainment and Live Music Photography by accident. And when I say by accident, I mean I was purposely encouraged into it by friends in the industry. I guess they saw something in me and my work that I hadn’t noticed, myself. I am forever grateful for that support, because imbedding myself in the fabric of the entertainment scene has been my most thrilling and fulfilling adventure so far.
The entertainment scene is where I found my artistic flair and my creativity reached an all-time high. From the moment I finished photographing my first ever professional live event, I was hooked. No surprise there, the 2018 ARIA Awards can do that to a person!
Soon after, I went on to work with Grammy Award Winning Mya, and the momentum really began. Over the last couple of years I have the honour of photographing Sony Foundation events as well as multiple live gigs including Conrad Sewell’s Tour and my most recent work with The Reservoir Room. Since then, I haven’t stopped…nor want to.
July 2020 - Richard Wilkins and son Christian Wilkins live at The Reservoir Room
June 2020 - Matt Copley at The Reservoir Room
Feb 2020 - Conrad Sewell's Big World Tour
Nov 2019 - Hilltop Hoods at the 2019 ARIA Awards
Oct 2019 - Jessica Mauboy at Sony Foundation's Wharf4ward