TAFE NSW – Sydney Institute presents Captured: graduate photography exhibition

As part of the prestigious Head On Photo Festival run by the Australian Centre for Photography, and in celebration of its 120thanniversary, TAFE NSW – Sydney Institute will hold its first-ever graduate photography exhibition, Captured.

Captured will feature specially selected work from their most successful graduates including renowned multi-award winning photographers Mervyn Bishop and Rick Stevens.

Other key exhibitors include anniversary ambassadors, Penelope Beveridge (Director of Australian Commercial and Media Photographers), Stuart Humphreys (senior photographer at the Australian Museum and a previous finalist in the Head On Alternative Portrait Prize),Hamish Ta-mé (rated as one of Capture magazine’s top ten fashion photographers and currently exhibiting work at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra) and Glenn Lockitch, award-winning independent social documentary, human rights and environmental photojournalist.

Running from 5th – 15th May at The Muse, Ultimo College, the exhibition will showcase the wide breadth of experience held by graduates and their careers within photo journalism, portraiture and commercial work.

Sydney Institute has had thousands of photography students pass through its doors since it first began running photography courses in the early 1960s. The Head On festival is one of Australia’s premier photographic exhibitions, and this is a unique opportunity to see the graduates work captured forever in print.

VJ Thomas Greader