Artist Talk at the Museum of Brisbane - 12th October 2018
Jacqueline is a photographic storyteller based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Her most recent projects have included: portrait and group shots of the Nominations Council for the Asia Pacific Screen Awards; conceptual portraits for the Impossible Conversations project running alongside the QPAC International Series as Brisbane welcomed Milan’s La Scala Ballet in November 2018; and increasing the photo library for international development organisation, Symbiosis International, to enable them to tell the stories of their work, empowering the most impoverished and marginalised people of Bangladesh.
In 2019 she was Highly Commended in the Documentary and Photo Journalism Category in Capture Magazine’s Australasian Emerging Photographers Award for her series Symbiotic Fish Hatchery and in 2018 she was in the Top 20 of the Travel Category if the same Award for her series Bangladesh Rural Workers.
Graduating from the Queensland College of Art with a Bachelor of Photography in 2014, Jacqueline majored in photographic art practice specializing in photo journalism. She shoots with a documentary style approach. In her photographic art projects she has an interest in allegory through tableux and still life.
As with many creatives, photography is one (much loved) part of her working week. She is available for projects and commissions, subject to availability. With a wide range of project management experience she is capable of coordinating projects great and small. Her professional experience includes: marketing and public relations; major event management; and management of a variety of teams and projects.