Sarah Rhodes is a visual storyteller. She works with people to tell their stories. Sarah is particularly interested in people’s relationship with nature and its role in building personal and collective well-being.
Photographic subjects could include: large-scale agriculture; small food and wine producers; harnessing resources for energy production, children learning life skills in the bush; public art; artists, designers and architects inspired by the landscape; innovation in the tourism industry; or Indigenous people’s traditional and contemporary relationship to country.
Fields of interest
* Education (visual arts, outdoor education, well-being and self-development)
* The Arts (designers, visual artists, architects working with the landscape)
* Indigenous culture
* Our interactions with the environment
* Tourism Tasmania * TAFE Tasmania * University of Tasmania * Public Service Commission NSW * Dept of Planning & Environment NSW * Dept of Human Services * Dept of Premier and Cabinet * Mirvac * Nestle * Nicholson & Saville * St George Open Air Cinema * University of Sydney * The City of Sydney * PR agencies
NY Times, German GEO, German GEO Lino, AAP, Australian Geographic, The Australian, Sunday Telegraph, The Sydney Morning Herald, Smithsonian Online Magazine
*Multimedia photo stories (still images, audio and video)