During the Lockdowns, small things assumed a much greater importance in my world.
I live in Melbourne, Australia, where we’ve had severe restrictions placed on our movement during the Covid-19 Lockdowns. Our world has been reduced to a largely homebound existence.

Small things – especially food – have assumed a much larger presence for me.

Seeing beauty in everyday objects is a common thread in my work, and whilst the Lockdown has been a difficult experience, it’s also given me time to re-focus on my immediate surroundings, and in so doing find wonder and solace.


Gregory Elms was born in Echuca, Victoria, and is based in Melbourne, Australia. 
He has a Bachelor of Arts in Photography from RMIT Melbourne,
and a Post Graduate Diploma of Visual Art from VCA Melbourne.

His work investigates the natural world exploring themes of reality, mortality and the sublime.  
His work is in numerous private collections.