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Two of my greatest passions in life are travel and photography, for me there is nothing quite as exciting or as liberating as jumping onto a train, plane, into a car, or even just onto the street with my camera.

It was while living in France that I become serious about making photography my life and I moved to Florence, Italy to study for a year.

My photography is not just about shooting images, my greatest inspiration has always come from my love of travel and my curiosity for the world, its people, its  places and its diverse cultures.

Having a seemingly incurable free spirit means I could happily roam the world forever, a camera bag slung over one shoulder and an insatiable desire for living and photographing life.

Over the years photography has become an integral part of who I am, it has opened  many interesting and wonderful doors to so many new worlds and cultures. Most importantly it has connected me to people to whom I may never have connected with otherwise. 

I am continually striving to create emotive images that engage the viewer, and that resonate with me on a personal level.


Finalist – National Photographic Portrait Prize 2017

Semi Finalist – Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize 2018 

Semi Finalist – Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize 2019 

Semi Finalist – Head on Photo Festival Portrait Category 2018


Millie’s images have been published in the following publications;

Jetstar Australia Magazine | Australian Traveller Magazine | Qantas Link Spirit Magazine | Qantas Spirit of Australia Magazine | Delicious Magazine | Departures Magazine | Qantas; The Australian Way Magazine | Fleurieu Living Magazine 

She has worked on assignment for;

Qantas Spirit of Australia Magazine | Qantas Link Spirit Magazine | RACV Magazine  |Australian Traveller Magazine| Fleurieu Living Magazine | Adelaide Festival of Arts | Bank SA Gift Guide | Tijitjku Tjukurpa Project


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