Street Photography – Fremantle and Beyond A virtual panel discussion

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What makes the streets so interesting to photographers? 

Inspired by the early street photography of Abraham ‘Izzy Orloff’ (1919-1935), this panel of contemporary photographers and artists will explore the metaphor of the ‘street as theatre’ drawing on examples and experiences from their own work.

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Kerry Faulkner 
Kerry Faulkner is a multi-award winning freelance journalist moving increasingly into photojournalism. Her street photography images have been in exhibitions in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and New York and featured in a number of international publications including Street Photography Magazine and International Street Photography and Reportage. Her work is also part of the WA State Library collection. She describes her style of street photography as ‘fast and loose’ and says she has a genuine interest in, and curiosity about, the people she photographs. Creatively, Kerry thrives on the risk and daring of the ‘jetty jumpers’, the passion and energy of the beachside salsa dancers and the camaraderie and resilience of square dancers in the old hall in White Gum Valley. These are just a few of her favourite haunts however one of her great skills is finding fertile new places and groups of people for imagery that show life as it is –no filter, like ‘Floki’ the street barber, cutting the hair of the homeless in Perth’s CBD which The Guardian featured as picture essay October 2021. She is a member of the Australian Association of Street Photographer Inc (AASPI).  

Kirsty Greenland
Kirsty is a street photographer from Perth, Australia. She is attracted to the randomness and beauty of unposed moments. Her images are defined by colour and movement and the play between light and shadows. She loves exploring Perth’s beaches in summer and is completely unable to resist a street parade.

Julie Kerbel 
Is a visual storyteller who creates photojournalistic/documentary style of photography. She creates stories through her visual communication, always trying to reveal a heartfelt connection and honesty. Julie frequents cultural festivals and is happiest walking the streets, talking and photographing random strangers. Julie is currently working on a street portrait project, a Barbershops of Perth project and an abandoned chairs series. She has been exhibited and published in Australia, the USA, Italy, Japan, Mexico and Malaysia. Julie is most passionate about bringing stories close to her heart to a wider audience. 

Catherine Matthys 
Catherine Matthys has studied photography in Amsterdam and completed a Graduate diploma in Creative Industries majoring in photo media at Edith Cowan University. Her work has evolved into an evocative combination of Street and Travel. Visual narratives run through her imagery. Even in a busy environment her focus is on the individual and their presence in that moment. 

Ilana Rose
Ilana Rose is a photographer, storyteller and content producer. Her work has appeared in major publications including The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and the Weekend Australian. Her photographs have been exhibited in Australia, China, New Zealand and New York. Her passion for social justice has led her to capture images which explore community, social justice and unseen subculture. She is currently working on a project to photograph youth homelessness across Australia for Youth Development Australia. 

Carina McPherson (Convener)
Carina is a Community Engagement Officer and the curator of the Izzy exhibition at the State Library.
 

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