About Selina

I am a female Australian photographic artist. My photography explores the relationship between women and culture, and how we are influenced by the world around us. My love of nature guides both my life choices and my artistic practice.

Despite progress by feminists, women’s position in society continues to be subordinate to men. Progress is slow, and there are significant barriers to be overcome. I consider performative photography to be a great way of enabling conversations about inequalities and perceived gender expectations.


In 2020 the South Australian Living Artist Festival has both an online (this website) and physical presence. Two bodies of work were available to view in-person – Perfectly Imperfect at Physio First, 129c Goodwood Road, Goodwood, and State of the Environment at The Joinery, 111 Franklin St, Adelaide.

I was selected as a ‘Shimmer across the City’ artist as part of the upcoming 2020 Shimmer Festival of Photography. One of my images is showing at the Barbershop wall, McLaren Vale, until October 11.

My work is being exhibited as part of the 2020 Source Magazine Graduate Show along with other Bachelor of Photograph Graduates from across the UK.

The Association of Photographers (AoP) UK is also holding a Graduate Show online. My work was chosen for the cover image for the OCA UK students.

Perfectly Imperfect was exhibited at The Mill, 154 Angas St, Adelaide, from mid-January to mid-February, 2020. An artist-in-conversation talk was recorded and will soon be available as a podcast and transcript to follow.

Perfectly Imperfect was exhibited at the 2019 Ballarat International Foto Biennale from August 23 to October 20.

State of the Environment was exhibited in a 2015 SALA (South Australian Living Artists) exhibition, and was the inaugural winner of the Don Dunstan Foundation Award.

I am an accredited member of Guildhouse, and represented by BlueThumb online gallery.


  • Purchase my photographs from BlueThumb
  • Check out my Instagram feed too
  • Contact me using the form at the bottom of this page


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