Another car breakdown tragedy, in the heat of the Walyalup February the photographer's car broke down in front of this beautiful sign. As a huge fan of the work of Michelle Hamer, a textile-based artist, this was such a great find. this was shot on square format 6x6, on panf50 on a 1955ish Agfa Isolette III.
Annie Harvey (she/her) is a 22-year-old photographer, videographer and multidisciplinary textile artist based in Fremantle, Western Australia. Annie has been shooting analogue film for 8 years, converting to digital at the age of 18 when accidentally picked up her first paid photo job. Annie mainly shoots square format and loves the tangible nature of medium-format. Divulging mainly in the music and arts sector, Annie draws from a range of influences, the characteristics of her work often displaying subtle surrealist undertones. She takes inspiration from artists such as Alex Prager, Petra Collins, Michelle Hamer, Robert Frank and Linda McCartney, whilst also incorporating her own lived experiences through her friends, colleagues, family and the interesting people she encounters in day-to-day life. She is passionate about the sense of community she feels within her field of work and is driven by her desire to capture the raw emotion, the melancholy and energy within her world. Annie was the student winner of the 2021 PCP Iris Award.