Workshop - Open review
Oded Wagenstein's work has been published, among other platforms, by National Geographic, BBC, The Guardian, VOGUE and has been displayed around the world, including exhibitions presented in the National Portrait Gallery (London, UK), the United Nations (NYC, USA) and the State Historical Museum of Russia in the Red Square (Moscow, Russia).
Liz Ham straddles the genres of social documentary, portraiture and fashion, and has been a professional photographer for over 20 years. Her work is infused with nostalgia and narrative, often exploring ideas around identity and subculture. Liz was a finalist in the Blake Prize, Fishers Ghost Art Award, The Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize and the Head On Portrait Awards, while her work has been exhibited and acquired by internationally acclaimed institutions. Liz was also on the curatorial selection team for Head On Photo Festivals 2020 and 2021.
Marco Bok is an established fine art photographer working in the documentary genre. He has been documenting street life and urban scenes for over thirty years. Marco holds degrees in Photo-media and sociology and has been teaching photo-media for more than 25 years. He has exhibited extensively, including at Elizabeth St Gallery, Sydney.
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