Through her photography Justine seeks to reveal parts of people which aren’t usually shared with many or any. She makes a empathetic connection with the people she photographs; capturing the uniqueness of each.
Justine works collaboratively with people and embraces concepts of empathy, equity and agency.
She is also interested in visual representations of women and subverts expressions of gendered stereotypes of female sexuality.
Justine was born in Newcastle, NSW. She studied photography at UNSW College of Fine Arts before working in arts advocacy and development with Tate Gallery in London and Art Gallery of NSW in Sydney. She advocates for arts and culture and continues to develop her photographic practice through a Masters by Research with the School of Creative Industries at the University of Newcastle.