Hilary Faye is a photographic artist based in Naarm (Melbourne). Her images explore environmental observations with an aesthetic sensitivity that show the tenderness she holds for her surroundings.
Hilary is available to undertake commissions and photographic projects.
For any enquiries or to purchase a print, please get in touch:
Published work (print):
JANE Magazine, Issue 8
Frankie Magazine, Issue 42 and 7.
Yen Magazine, Guest Photographer - Issue 83.
Semi-Permanent Book, 2012.
Dumbo Feather, Issue 30.
Street Stop, Independent Street Photography in Melbourne.
Trade Squatter's Journal, Volume 1.
FreeLove Magazine, Edition 1.
Smith Journal, Volume 8.
Tending to the Garden
Ruby Star Magazine
STAGES: life in lockdown - Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne 2021.
CCP Salon - Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, 2018.
2018 NCAT Photography Graduate Exhibition - No Vacancy Gallery, Melbourne, 2018.
Aspect - Magnet Galleries, Melbourne, 2018
Independent Photography Festival Opening Night - The Good Copy, Melbourne, 2016.
We Saw It Before You, first year of Hillvale - Tinning St, Melbourne, 2014.
Hyper-Resemblances - Wallach Art Gallery, New York, 2014.
Late at Tate - Tate Britain, London, 2014.
QVIEW - QEII Square, Albury, 2013.
Patchbox Project - Cargo, Rome, October 2013 - January 2014.
By Any Other Name - Remote Space, April - October 2012.
QVIEW - QEII Square, Albury, April 2012.
Alterations, Disturbances & Rips - Ambush Gallery, Sydney, December 2011
I acknowledge that I live and work on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, that ecological damage is intrinsically linked to the processes of colonisation, and that sovereignty has never been ceded.