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Anne Moffat is a Melbourne-based photographer working across an array of editorial, commercial and personal projects. Anne draws on familial ties to Malaysia, China, and New Zealand, as well as family migration to Australia, to inform her social documentation and portraiture.

Anne’s work has recently been awarded Jury’s Choice in the Prix Virginia (2020), as well as shortlisted in the British Journal of Photography’s Portrait of Humanity (2020), the Singapore International Photography Festival Portfolio Open Call (2020), the William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize (2019), the Maggie Diaz Photography Prize for Women (2019) and the Perth Centre for Photography CLIP Award (2019).

Clients include Google, Airbnb, Nike, Singapore Airlines, Vox Media, M&C Saatchi, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Junkee Media,, The Simons Foundation/Quanta Magazine, Liquorland Australia, Builders Academy Australia, ACMI, Abbotsford Convent, Next Wave, and Away Travel’s Here Magazine, among others.

Anne is a member of Women Photograph, Diversify Photo and Authority Collective.

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select awards
Jury’s Choice, Prix Virginia, 2020
Shortlisted, Portrait of Humanity, 2020
Shortlisted, Singapore International Photography Festival Portfolio Open Call, 2020
Finalist, William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, 2019
Winner, Sydney Road Faces Behind the Scene, 2019
Finalist, Maggie Diaz Photography Prize for Women, 2019
Finalist, Perth Centre for Photography CLIP Award, 2019
Finalist, Singapore Airlines and Junkee major integrated campaign The Storytellers, 2014
Shortlisted, World Nomads Photography Scholarship, 2014
Recipient, University of Melbourne Global Languages Scholarship to support language-enriching study abroad, 2012

select exhibitions
Forget Me Not 勿忘我, The Familial Image, Centre For Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, 2021 [forthcoming]
Forget Me Not 勿忘我, Open Call Showcase, Singapore International Photography Festival, 2020 [current]
Lockdown Journal: The Pandemic Through the Eyes of the Women Photograph Collective, The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong, 2020
Portrait of Humanity Sent Into Space, 2020
William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne, 2019
Maggie Diaz Photography Prize for Women, Brightspace, Melbourne, 2019
Faces Behind the Scene, Sydney Road, Melbourne, 2019
CLIP Award, Perth Centre for Photography, Perth, 2019
Then There Was Us, Temporary Spaces, Manchester, 2019
Wish You Were Here, Goodspace, Sydney, 2019
Double Whammy with Tim Fenby, Magic Johnston, Melbourne, 2016

select features, press, publications, interviews
British Journal of Photography Anne Moffat captures her grandmother’s descent into Alzheimer’s
Sky Italia Fotografare l'Alzheimer per non dimenticare. Le immagini di Anne Moffat
Booooooom “Forget Me Not” by Photographer Anne Moffat
PH Museum The Long Goodbye: Grandmother's Portrait During Her Final Years
Portrait of Humanity Vol. 2
Women Photograph Annual 2019Women Photograph 2019 Year in Pictures
The Weekend Australian Truth Through the Pinhole
Blind Magazine
Then There Was Us
Liminal Print Issue 1
OPEN, Bloom Publishing
Liminal Magazine Interview #5
The Adventure Handbook
VICE / The Creators Project

select workshops, professional development
Participant, Women Photograph Annual Workshop, 2020
Participant, EmPower Media Bootcamp on Gender and Climate Change, hosted by the UN Environment Programme and UN Women, 2020
Guest facilitator, Visual Stories, The Young Initiators Project by Centre for Multicultural Youth, 2019
Participant, Ballarat International Foto Biennale In Focus Portfolio Reviews, 2019

Icelandic Language Program at Háskólasetur Vestfjarða University Centre of the Westfjords, Ísafjörður, Iceland, 2015
Bachelor of Science (Geomatics) Diploma of Languages (German) University of Melbourne / Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2010-2013
Associate in Music, Australia, 2008

I live and work primarily on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation and acknowledge them as Traditional Owners. I pay my respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

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