Image Kay Hathaway

The #everydayclimatecrisis Visual Petition What kind of images can I submit? 1: Images that illustrate the effects of climate change in your town or region. Think, drought, floods, bushfires, mono-cultures, pollution, mining, unsustainable agriculture, urban development…. 2: Images illustrating HOPE like beautiful landscapes, seascapes, native flora and fauna, First Nations practices and education, renewables, restoration, regeneration,… Continue reading Updates

Jennifer Blau

Almost one year after enormous fires raged on Sydney’s North Head. Areas of the National Park remain burnt out with no sign of regeneration. It feels like an apopcalyptic scene at the gateway to Australia. Although these fires were the result of a hazard burn which got out of control, its a reminder of the… Continue reading Jennifer Blau

Pamela Pauline

The effects of climate change are far reaching and our flora and fauna are severely impacted.  “Biophilia Bouquet” forms part of my “Fragile Beauty, Rich and Rare” series.  In this body of work, I tell a story not often told, that of Australia’s threatened flora.   Adding to this narrative, I have incorporated photographs of Australia’s… Continue reading Pamela Pauline

Stella Pretty

Instagram @stellaprettyphotography Image: Coastal Erosion – Byron Bay Main Beach 2021 I am a multidisciplinary artist working with a variety of mediums such as photography, paint and ink, sculpture, jewellery, and the written word.  My photography practice is central to my arts practice and I am passionate about using imagery to share stories.  My work… Continue reading Stella Pretty

Ilana Rose

www.ilanarose.com.au @ilanarose_docophoto Coopernook NSW  31st December 2019 Driving through the intense smoke of the fires that hit Coopernook and Crowdy Bay National Park during the Summer of 2019

Christine James

Smoke coloured sunset Girards Hill Lismore October 2019. Mega fires burning to the west – Girard State Forest, north – Mt Nardi NP, south – Busbys Flat, etcetera etcetera. Indelibly etched fear experienced by all in those weeks. @christineJames1

Kelly Slater

The ongoing focus of my photographic practice is the space between human connection to place and our dependence on natural resources to sustain our lives and “lifestyles”. At a base level we are fully dependent on the natural resources of this planet:  water and the complicated processes of photosynthesis that produce plant matter, our food,… Continue reading Kelly Slater

Women’s Climate Congress

On behalf of Women Photographers Australia, I am very excited to collaborate with the Women’s Climate Congress with our first arts advocacy project The #everydayclimatecrisis Visual Petition. The Congress was to be a 3 day event in Canberra and because or various lockdowns, it will be a one day online event in November 2021. To… Continue reading Women’s Climate Congress