AC Arts, CCP, Uni SA artists

Alicia Williams

Alicia Williams

Through Alicia’s visceral experiences with illness, isolation, and trauma, her practice has descended on a journey to visualise acceptance. Seeking stillness and intimacy, she takes inspiration from the softness of the human form and it's dialogue with natural and habitual environments. 


Bec Joannou

Bec Joannou Bec Joannou is a creative portrait photographer who enjoys working with children and families. Bec is the 2019 AIPP South Australian Student Photographer of the Year and is a graduate of the Centre for Creative Photography. Bec has a passion for creating whimsical, dream-like worlds which spark the imagination of others.


Bonnie Parker

Bonnie Parker Bonnie holds a TAFE SA Certificate IV in Photography and Photo Imaging from the Adelaide College of the Arts, won a silver award at the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) South Australian state awards, has had an image displayed at the 2019 Canon Roadshow at the Adelaide Wine Centre and was awarded the TAFE SA High Achiever’s Award in 2019. She is also AIPP Member.

David Adams

David Adams David graduated with a Bachelor of Design (communication design) from the University of South Australia before pursuing a photography diploma at TafeSA. He currently works full-time at a design studio, providing graphic and photographic talent to clients.

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Ellen Elizabeth Melville

Ellen Melville Born in Northern Ireland but grown up in Australia, Ellen has been exposed to two different cultures and landscapes. Her love for photography was founded in 2016 when her high school started their first photography class. Since then Ellen has graduated from TAFE SA with a Diploma of Photography and Photo Imaging.

Ella-Maude Wilson

Ella-Maude Wilson Ella-Maude is an Emerging Visual Artist formerly studying at the University of South Australia; exhibited both nationally and internationally, with work acquired by AGSA and UniSA.

Harvey Miller

Harvey Miller Four years ago, Harvey picked up a camera and still hasn't put it down.

Janet Simpson

Janet Simpson After retirement Janet pursued her interest in photography which started when she was a student. Janet has been fortunate to develop her knowledge by studying at the CCP with her particular interest in Australian flora in all its forms.

Joel Drake

Joel Drake Past engineer, current diploma level photographer, future holder of a BA in Media Journalism. Shooting on RAW and VHS, interested in the 1970s.

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John Hopkinson

John HopkinsonJohn has been practicing photography for over forty years, primarily using analogue processes, and more recently, digital and handmade techniques. His journey began in the late 1970s documenting the lives of working people in Adelaide’s western suburbs. 

This continued through his experiences in community arts practice in the 1980s, where he participated in several group exhibitions. John’s work is personally driven and informed by the way social, political and economic contradictions impact on our lives.


Katie Bright

Kathleen Rose Bright Katie Bright is a Uni SA graduate with a taste to create new perspectives. She takes the familiar and makes it unfamiliar, changing the perception of the world.

Mercedes Lane

Mercedes Lane Mercedes Lane is an Adelaide based artist who was born in Sydney. She works mainly with black and white film photography. Lane has been interested in photography from the age of 10 when she took her first photograph on a Panasonic Lumix TZ10 Digital Camera. She holds a Certificate IV in Photography and Photo Imaging and a Bachelor of Contemporary Art from the University of South Australia. 

Peter McIntyre

Peter McIntyrePeter’s photographic career spanned 15 years, first as a Police Major Crash Investigator photographing Major Crash scenes. Following this as a Police Forensic Photographer and then as a Forensic Training and Development Sergeant teaching photography to Crime Scene Investigation courses.

Having recently retired from policing, Peter is now commencing a photographic career having recently graduated with a Diploma of Photography and Photo Imaging from the Centre for Creative Photography. 

Renāte Andersone (Renāte Smitham)

Renāte BW.jpg Renāte Andersone (Renāte Smitham) is an Adelaide based photographer working with both digital and analogue mediums. She is particularly interested in the relationship between the photographic image and reality. 

Renāte is also a finalist in the 2020 Adelaide Park Lands Art Prize, the Finalists` Exhibition opens in December.


Victor Marillanca

Victor Marillanca Victor Marillanca recently graduated with a Diploma of Photoimaging at The Centre for Creative Photography, Adelaide, exploring both digital and analogue processes. Geometry, colour, shadow, and light make up the abstract perspective of his urban landscapes, incorporating existing architectural elements which he restructures into distinctly new compositions.