Self portrait 'After The Fires' Claire Letitia Reynolds, Peregian Beach, 2019

"I make pictures as a way of navigating life. The colours, thelines, and the light intermingle, to form a single pattern different everytime, no matter what. Just before I take a picture, I feel this strong energyforce - it takes over. At this moment, I feel real. I feel honest... and I feelalive". CLR

Claire Letitia Reynolds has worked as aphotographic artist for over 15 years, developing her practice and learning tocommunicate not only her own stories but also the stories of others. Capturing subjects at theirmost intimate and familiar moments, Reynolds blurrs the boundaries between art,social commentary and documentary.

Reynoldshas also been awarded multiple Arts grants in 2021; Regional Arts DevelopmentFunding Sunshine Coast, Arts Queensland QASP funding, and Australia CouncilArts Funding Individuals, whilst also completing a Graduate Diploma in VisualArts at Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, 2021. 

Mono Awards 2023 - Fourth place "Aunty Betty, Bundjalung Nation"

Australian Photography Awards 2023 - Shortlisted "Aunty Betty, Bundjalung Nation"

International Photography Awards- International- 2023 - Finalist and Honourable Mention "Down On His Luck (Part two, Unbridled)"

Canberra Contemporary Photographic Prize, 2023 Finalist 

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