Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Tammy Law is a photographer from Brisbane, Australia who pursues photo documentary stories. Her work has been referred to as, “evocative documentary… that includes social justice issues and the ostensibly mundane urban spaces in which we live”. She draws influence from the unearthly qualities of Edward Hopper’s paintings, Lynne Cohen’s tribute to space and Noor Photo Agency’s social commentary. With a strong community focus, she has produced bodies of work on ageing day-labourers homes in Japan, post- earthquake China, domestic living in Inner Mongolia and harmful traditional practices in Ethiopia. Her photographs have appeared in publications like the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Frankie Magazine and The Big Issue.
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