Julia is a visual artist and an award winning self-portrait photographer. Since completing her Masters in Documentary Photography at London College of Communication, her work has received recognition from awards & publications such as Sony World Photography, PX3, The Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, the BBC, & Aesthetica Magazine and has been exhibited globally in places like England, France, China and Spain. 

With great sensitivity and introspection, Julia questions society's relationship to the complexities of an ever-changing inner and outer world and seeks to unveil a deeper beauty to what it means to be profoundly human.  

Julia currently resides in the magical forests of Fontainebleau, France. 🌳

Awards & Features 

2022 - 18th Julia Margaret Cameron Award- Honorable mention //Self portrait through women seen by women - Professional category 

2021- Sony World Photography Awards // Creative shortlist 'Becoming in Isolation' 

2020 - Gold award in 'Portraiture/Self-Portraiture // Prix de la Photographie Paris 

2020 -Creatives in Quarantine// GettyImages Grant recipient 

2020 - 'Portraits in Isolation' // Aesthetica Magazine June/July print edition

2020 - 'Becoming in Isolation' // The Eye of Photography

2020 - 'Dressing up in Isolation' // BBC 

2018 - 'press, copy' // LIGHT magazine Featured Photographer in print Fall 'Wisdom' issue 

2015- Finalist, Hong Kong's Best Emerging Photographers DRKRMS Media   

2013 - Finalist, The Royal Photographic Society International Print Exhibition


2015 - PechaKucha Hong Kong, 'Connecting Clicks' 


2021 - Open Walls Arles, Then & Now group exhibition -Galerie Huit Arles, Rencontres d'Arles, Arles, France  

2020 - Becoming in Isolation  for 'We Stay Home' group exhibit //Huangshan(Yixian) International Photography Exhibition, China 

2020 - Self-portrait for Deitta, Myanmar Deitta, Myanmar

2015 - Group Exhibition, DINE ART, Hong Kong, China 

2015 - SLIDELUCK HK II, The White Loft, Hong Kong, China 

2015 - Shining a light into the darkrooms of Hong Kong DRKRMS finalist exhibition, Soho189, Hong Kong, China 

2013/2014 - Village Youth, Royal Photographic Society Touring International Print Exhibition, U.K. 

2013 - Hong Kong Perspectives, Brickhouse, Hong Kong, China 

2012/2013 - It used to be, "IT IS WHAT IT WAS" Final Show, London College of Communication, London U.K. 


Currently based in Paris, France.  

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