From the on-going personal series Morrison. Morrison is an ongoing personal project that attempts to explore my family as one generation passes and a new one is born. Since 2018 I have gained two daughters and a nephew and lost a grandfather and a grandmother. The family house where I grew up in remains and the small town I grew up slides further into gentrification. Morrison is an investigation into the passage of time and the changing of familial identity through documentary and portraiture. It is an attempt to create space around the people and places closest to me and show them objectively and without sentiment. How have the people and places closest to me changed as the world changes around us? How have I?
Phoebe Wynne is a documentary photographer from Melbourne, Australia. She studied photography at RMIT and has shown her work in group exhibitions at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, the Independent Photography Festival and the Melbourne Arts Club. In 2015 she won the Best Street Photography Prize at the CCP Salon.