Photo & Video
Posted by Paul Drury
05. Oct, 2012
Katelyn Rew has been snapping since she was a wee young thing, having her first exhibition at 17 before studying Vocational Photography at NMIT. Since then Katelyn has worked as the in house photographer for the Prince Band room, shot for Rave Magazine and regularly contributes to ToneDeaf.
Katelyn tells us she’s inspired by beauty found in unexpected places, and use patterns, shapes, and vivid colours in her work to create dreamlike scapes.
The Melburnian has recently moved to the Gold Coast, where she’s working on fashion projects and expanding her own art surrealist work. Katelyn recently won the fashion award in the “Pedestrian Rayban Photographer of the Year Awards” and is currently undertaking a ‘Photo a Day for a Year’ project on her blog.
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