April 2016
I would firstly like to thank you for taking an interest in my work, it really means alot to me. 
In  this newsletter I will be announcing my workshop for the Head On Photo Festival as well as a group exhibition in Melbourne.




At the beginning of the year BirdLife Australia’s Threatened Bird Network (TBN) invited submissions from artists to contribute to an exhibition they are holding to celebrate 20 years of committed volunteers, the birds, and the achievements of the TBN.  I am happy to announce my Regent Honey Eater Image was chosen to appear in the exhibition.

The aim of the exhibition is to help keep threatened birds in the spotlight and also raise funds to support the TBN and protect threatened birds.  I am donating 50% of sales.

Exhibition details:

Claire Layman Gallery, 4/640 Elizabeth Street,  Melbourne

April 15th - 27th 2016

OPENING NIGHT: Friday April 15th, 5.30 - 9pm , Welcome by Sean Dooley 6.30pm

Art can be purchased (eftpos available) on the night and picked up at the end of the exhibition (April 27th)





I have a scheduled a special class especially for the Head On Photo Festival teaming up with Australian Wildlife Displays to hold a unique macro/portrait photography workshop.

I will share my award-winning techniques using continuous lighting & daylight which you will have the opportunity to try out on a cockatoo, Tawny Frogmouth, Lizard, Snake, Crocodile, Stick insects, Scorpion and a large spider!

I will also talk about my techniques in the field and the importance of shooting to high ethics when you are working with wildlife.

I can guarantee you will walk away with some stunning shots and get closer than you’ve ever been to some of Australia’s most iconic fauna as well as learning some interesting facts about them.
Date 22nd May, 10-4pm
Venue: Centennial Park Education Centre, Dickens Drive, Centennial Park
Class spots: 12
Costs $250 pp
Booking is via the Head On website (coming soon)

You can see some of the photos from last year’s Head On workshop here.




As an associate member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography, I submitted images to the annual NSW print awards.  I was happy to find out I received 3 silver awards & 1 silver with distinction. You can read more about the AIPP and what it means to be accredited professional photographer here.


Thanks so much for taking the time to read my news.  If you are interested in my workshop, send me an email and I can get in touch as soon as the booking is live on The Head On Festival website.
Angela X
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