During isolation the world stopped and took a breath. After the initial shock and fear dissipated we were left to find a new rhythm. Time slowed down to a quiet hum. Every where there were signs to beware, to draw lines and guard our outer gate. As the amenities were all closed my 3 year old daughter and I wandered through the neighbourhood streets. She drew us into the present moment, to pause and revel. Her joy and up close enthusiasm created bridges of connection. Passing strangers would stop and talk rather than walk on by. The serendipity of these fortuitous meetings, made us feel welcomed and enhanced our sense of community.

‘I like this feeling of not being divided, I do. If we can open up a bit more with each other and share stories, our real stories, that’s what breaks down barriers.
But in order to do that you have to believe that your story has value.’

Michelle Obama

The Series Project. Isolation. July. 2020.


The nexus where advertising imagery meets art, is where you will find Heather’s work. Her ability to create lush and evocative imagery is a product of her passion, as well as her innate sense for how best to capture the essence and optimal elements to visually anchor a successful campaign. Heather's precise methodology and attention to detail, combined with her love of light has earned her a reputation as a leading advertising photographic talent. Heathers’ personal work has been widely exhibited and features in many Australian and International collections.

Heather has exhibited as a finalist in the Head On Portrait Prize at the Australian Centre of Photography and the Josephine Ulrick Win Schubert Photography Award. Her series, The Space Between was exhibited at the Head On Photo festival Sydney and at the International Biennale of the Photo Museum of Thessaloniki Greece.