These captured moments remind us of who we are and can be cherished and shared forever.
I moved to Sydney in 2007 pursuing an artistic photographic career.
Mentored by Sandy Edwards in late 2009, I found my way back home (Wellington, NSW) with a new direction in social issues and documentary using photography, oral history, film, soundscapes and installation, bringing to life stories that are not widely known or easily told. By using as many elements as possible, I use history and nature to create atmospheric experiences for the viewer.
My works shine a light on the nature of the Australian landscape and identity through a political, physical and a personal sphere. Simply, I am documenting the Australian landscape and all the wonderful perspectives that it entails.
Lydia Feng and Biwa Kwan. SBS, World News Radio, 20 March 2015
Columbia Oral history Master of Arts, News Brief IV: Visual Oral History April 2, 2015
Daniel Browning, Interview, ABC Awaye, Sydney, Saturday 11 April 2015
Madeline Er, Inside History Magazine, May 7 2015
Australian Photography, 24 August 2015
The Guardian, Photography, 16 March 2015
Oral History NSW, Voice Print, October 2015 No. 53