About

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Sarah Osborn is a documentary photographer and photojournalist, based in Brisbane, Australia.

In 2013 she completed a Bachelor of Photography with First Class Honours, majoring in Photojournalism, at the Queensland College of Art.

Sarah was also on the Editorial Board for The Australian Photojournalist, a non-profit publication dedicated to casting a critical eye on journalism and mass media practices.

In 2014-2015 she was the Artist in Residence at the Mater Children’s Hospital School.

In 2015 she was selected to travel to India as the Emotion21 photographer for the World Down Syndrome Congress.

She continues her work with Forgotten Australians, to give voice to the survivors of institutional care. She has exhibited this work for previous Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.

She also holds a Bachelor of Communications with majors in writing and journalism, and runs her own photography business Frankly Photography.

Sarah is available for assignment.

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ACHIEVEMENTS –

2018- Photographer for Tony Albert instillation launch at Lady Cilento Childrens Hospital

2018- Photographer for Children's Health Queensland

2017- Photographer for Lady Cilento Children's Hospital Remembrance Service

2017- Photographer for Trace Exhibition & Auction

2017- Photographer for Cool Blue Fundraiser for All Hallows School

2017- Photographer for The Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize - Exhibition-QCA

2016- 'Moving Bodies, Moving Boundaries' photo book produced

2015- Emotion21 Official Photographer for India Trip

2015- Images presented to the Cilento family, Dr Peter Steer and Sue McKee

2015- Completed residency at the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital School

2014- Selected as the Artist in Residence at the Mater Children's Hospital School

2013- Graduated Bachelor of Photography with First Class Honours

2012- Accepted into the 2013 Photography Honours program

2012 – Graduated from the Queensland College of Art with a Bachelor in Photography, specialising in Social Documentary

2012- President of the Blurrr Club, Griffith University- Blurrr Club is a non-profit organisation established by QCA photography students, to fundraise for their end of year exhibition and catalogue.

2011/2012 – Editorial board for the Australian Photojournalist

AWARDS –

2013 – Australian Photojournalist Award for Outstanding Social Documentary Photography

2013 – Griffith Award for Academic Excellence, for studies in the Bachelor of Photography

2012 – Australian Photojournalist Award for Outstanding Social Documentary Photography

2012 – Griffith Award for Academic Excellence, for studies in the Bachelor of Photography

EXHIBITIONS –

2016- Launch of photo book 'Moving bodies, Moving Boundaries' at Hoyts, Melbourne.

2015- Picture This- Images displayed around the Lady Cilento Hospital, Brisbane

2013- Back & Forth – QCA Graduate Honours Photography Exhibition’ Group Exhibition – The Queensland College of Art, Brisbane, Australia.

2012- ‘Forgotten Australians: St Josephs Home (Neerkol)’ – Lotus Place for special guest Kevin Rudd in conjunction with the 3rd anniversary of the Forgotten Australian National Apology,  Solo Exhibition Brisbane, Australia

2012 – ‘Ellipsis – QCA Graduate Photography Exhibition’ Group Exhibition – The Queensland College of Art, Brisbane, Australia.

2012 – ‘Print Auction’ Group Exhibition – The Queensland College of Art, Brisbane, Australia.

2011 – ‘Wesley Mission Australia Exhibition‘ – Group Exhibition, Chermside Wesley Mission, Australia.

2011 – ‘I know what you did last summer!’ Group Exhibition – The Queensland College of Art, Brisbane, Australia.

2011 – ‘In Between Days’ Group Exhibition – The Queensland College of Art, Brisbane, Australia.

PUBLICATIONS –

2014- The Argus

2014- Get Inspired Magazine

2013- Moustache Magazine

2013-  The Morning Bulletin Newspaper