Whale off Bournda National Park on the far South Coast of NSW during the Southern Migration 2020.
Robyn MacRae is a photographic artist renowned for her work in education. She is a Churchill Fellow who has enabled many young people to re-engage in education due to her photographic programs that build self esteem and resilience in our most vulnerable young people. These photographic programs act as a tool for growth in all areas of life.
Robyns personal photographic work has been exhibited across Australia in the National Portrait Prize, the Kantor Prize, the Fremantle international Portrait Prize, the Olive Cotton Award, the Canon light Awards and most recently the Percival Prize in Townsville in 2020.
As a child of migrants her bodies of work encapsulate the investigation of what it is to be Australian and delve into the elements of belonging, self identity, and representations of modern beauty in our evolving Australian culture.