Exhibition runs 26th August 2021 to 7th November 2021
Offical opening 4th September 2021
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Danielle Edwards is an Australian photographer known for her images of plants, flowers and decaying items. Danielle’s formal photographic education was in both art and science. She was a practicing clinical photographer for 28 years and has always had a passion for Art and Science. Throughout the years her photographic passions have oscillated between the two disciplines.
Danielle applies photographic techniques often used in medical and scientific imaging to create her aesthetic. Danielle utilises a variety of historical and other photographic processes to visualise her imaging concepts. These creative and scientific techniques converge in this exhibition to deliver Danielle’s own personal expression.
She is a regular contributor to National and International conferences. Her expertise is varied with a background in both science and art, and has been published in both technical and creative publications.
The Louis Schmidt Committee announced that Danielle Edwards, BA, BAppSc (Hons), FBCA, RBI, FAIMBI, FIPT has been selected as the 2020 Louis Schmidt Laureate. The award, named for a founder and 2nd President of the Association, is the highest honor presented by the BCA and is bestowed “for outstanding contributions to the progress of biocommunications.” Danielle’s extensive personal and professional accomplishments both behind the lens and in support of a plethora of professional organizations, illustrates her commitment to the unique quality and diversity of her work as well as the active mentoring and sharing of a career’s worth of highly specialized information. Her ongoing collaboration with other experts in the field and her ethical center, round out the qualities that make her such an ideal recipient for this honour. More information click here.