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My dad gave me my first camera when I was 13 but I didn’t discover camera clubs and APS until the mid 1970s. I spent the next 20 years chasing National (and a few International) acceptances.

When I retired from teaching I decided that I wanted to move my photography in a different direction. I have since held several solo exhibitions and exhibited in seven group exhibitions with APS Contemporary Division members. Retirement also brought more opportunity for my husband John and I to travel within Australia and overseas. I fill in my “spare time” as a volunteer at the local historical society museum.

I’ve been involved in APS activities and administration since I joined in 1976 … as a folio member and folio director in Print and more recently Contemporary divisions … as a member of MC and then President (1994-96) …and currently as Chair of CDiv.

Girl & Pigeons … taken in Florence, Italy, in the 1970s. (7 national, 1 international acceptances.)

Fancy Pants … One from the 1980s. At that time I was dabbling with tone dropouts … using lith film in a wet darkroom. (12 national acceptances with 5 awards; 2 international acceptances; included in Australian FIAP and TransTasman entries.)

An Apple for the Teacher … One of a series I made in the late 1990s. I bought a glass head and covered it many times over with papier maché (very therapeutic!) relating the words on the outer layer to the theme of the image. (6 national acceptances with 3 awards; 3 international acceptances; included in an Australian FIAP entry.)

Memories … I showed this in my exhibition Chasing Shadows at Gold Street Studios, Collingwood, Vic, in 2006. It has great personal significance. It was taken at a moving display at the National Museum not long after the death of my dad who suffered from dementia in his final years.

Blue Danube … In 2008 we joined a cruise on the waterways between Amsterdam and Budapest. A cabin below the waterline proved to be a bonus and resulted in a series of semi-abstract images of the water as we passed through it. This image was shown at the Blue Café in Launceston as part of the CDiv group exhibition Blue.

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Here is a sample of Kay's work:


Girl and Pigeons



 Fancy Pants



 Apple for the Teacher






 Blue Danube