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Drawn to photographing the human form, connection and intimacy

I grew up in a small pocket of beauty known as Mullumbimby on the far east coast of Australia, which is where I found creativity and community through circus at a young age.

During my circus career of international touring and performing, I began documenting life on the road through photographs. It enabled me to witness moments from a different perspective, enriching my desire to create and document stories of the otherwise ephemeral nature of our world. 

After years of working alongside physical performers I find myself captivated by the architecture of bodies, curves and muscles. I see this resonate throughout my photographic work as I endeavour to  preserve the finer details and fleeting moments.

Photograph by Cecelia Martin

Featured photographer in Fluke magazine.

Fluke is an Arts and Culture magazine with a Circus bent and an emphasis on photography and design.
Fluke connects passionate, creative tribes to each other and audiences by sharing stories through stunning photo essays and candid, insightful interviews and articles.

Fluke magazine publish by Carnival Cinema.

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