Lily Hatten (b. 1992) is a self taught portrait, documentary and fine art photographer living on Bundjalung Country in Northern NSW, Australia. She works across digital and analogue, and documents the lives of her immediate family through an ongoing and continually evolving series, and her images are intimate and almost surreal.
Awards, Publications & Exhibitions
Finalist, 2020 Frankie Magazine Good Stuff Awards
Finalist, 2021 BAM Art Prize and exhibited in the finalist’s exhibition.
Portrait Winner, 2021 Australian Photography Awards
Cloud Street is a collection of memories of my immediate family, from two orbits around the sun. These disquieting years saw drought, fire, flood and pandemic come to our doorstep while the ebb and flow of family life continued and our third child was born. Cloud Street was shot using digital photography as well as 35mm and 120 film.
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