Her style ranges from family and wedding photography to dance portfolio, as well as travel/ documentary photography as a personal interest project.
Rosie Louise O’Donnell is a recent graduate student of the University of Technology, Sydney, receiving a Bachelor in Design Photography and Situated Media. Throughout her studies, she has had a vast range of experiences, broadening her knowledge and talents for her continuation in the photography world. Her style ranges from family and wedding photography to dance portfolio, as well as travel/ documentary photography as a personal interest project.
Based in the Sydney, Central Coast and Hunter Region she uses location, rather than studio setting, to encapsulate her personal style through her passion for landscape and nature photography. As a dancer from a young age, Rosie Louise uses her knowledge of the body to capture the aesthetics of movement in her subjects, combining this with the beautiful settings of her locations she provides her subjects with a unique experience.
Rosie Louise’s own experiences have ranged from University-based projects to contracted photography work, as well as an opportunity in 2014 to work with students at UCL in London. This opportunity provided Rosie with the means to take part in a collaboration of arts project for Amnesty International, her input resulting in her presenting at the Bartlett Symposium, UCL.