Melbourne VIC, Australia
Anne Moffat (b. 1991, Melbourne, Australia) is a photographer working across an array of editorial, commercial and personal projects. Her current personal practice is of a documentary, autobiographical nature, drawing on ancestral ties to Malaysia, China, and New Zealand, as well as her life as a settler on stolen Wurundjeri land, to explore ideas of family, tradition and home. Anne is interested in social documentation as well as personal and community portraiture.
Past and present commercial and editorial clients include Google, Vox Media, M&C Saatchi, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Nike+ Running, Singapore Airlines, Here Magazine, Away Travel, Quanta Magazine, Abbotsford Convent.
In 2019 Anne was a finalist in the William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, the Perth Centre for Photography CLIP Award and the Maggie Diaz Photography Prize for Women. She is a proud member of Women Photograph.
2019 - Finalist Bowness Photography Prize, 2019 - Finalist Maggie Diaz Photography Prize for Women, 2019 - Finalist Perth Centre for Photography CLIP Award
Alex, Sydney Road
My housemate, Alex, looks out from his shoptop room on Melbourne's Sydney Road amidst preparations for an impending eviction. Threats of renovation and vague council inspections plagued us for months prior but it was still a shock to receive notice that our five-bedroom five-bathroom establishment was no longer to exist in its current form.
More than 24,500 fans gathered for an historic night in Australian rules football – the first-ever AFL match played by women, held in March 2017 at Princes Park. Spectators grappled for space in the stands; Carlton beat Collingwood 46 to 11.