Image by Liz Loh-Taylor
Singapore-born Australian-based Liz Loh-Taylor was exposed to photography from an early age. Her grandfather was a photographer and her family worked in photo labs.
Perhaps it was a bit of rebellion but she decided to take a completely different route and explored the finance industry for a decade. She didn’t take a serious interest in photography until she was 25. She has pursued projects involving daily life, poverty, social issues, displacement and economic development.
Pete Longworth is a country kid who enjoys the road less travelled; an aspiring artist loving the journey. In 2010, a film produced entirely from his still images earned official selections in UK film festivals and at Cannes. The film won the New York Independent Film Festival.
Other recent accomplishments include guest speaking spots for TEDx and Nikon, along with being the NSW Premier’s featured artist for Australia Day. In 2011, his Life on Top of Hyde Park exhibition will be touring the USA, starting at the Australian Embassy in Washington DC.
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