As an academic my field is visual sociology. As a practitioner my field is social planning. My love, apart from family, is photography. Put all that together and my work is about people and communities. Photography is a great way for them to show you who they are – all the areas work well.

While I am based and work in Australia I also love to travel and combine my professional interests. As you can see I have spent some time in India plus time in Bangladesh.

I am currently working with a rural and remote village in Bangladesh to support the women and children of the village with education and primary health care.


Categories of my work, please browse as I really do appreciate you stopping and looking. I am still learning the art and craft of photography so your constructive comments will be most appreciated

All of my photographs have been taken with a Canon DSLR and a variety of lenses. I use Lightroom in post-production but prefer to keep image post-processing to a minimum.

“Studies Travel – India/Bangladesh/Nepal/Buenos Aires":

Studies General

“Street Life":

“Urban Travel":

Urban Australia



All work posted may not be used, replicated, manipulated, redistributed, or modified without my express consent.©

  • Joined: January 2008


Thankyou for the sale and appreciating my work

thankyou to the person who bought Cloisters, Gloucester Cathedral. Ihope you enjoy it. / cheers Rochelle
Posted over 9 years – 1 comments

What's the Jackanory? - Chairman of the Board

For Redbubblers interested in a major commercial photoshoot - / A number of Boards were photographed for a major US magazine the photographer was interviewed on some of the technical matters: / / enjoy! – Rochelle
Posted almost 10 years – 4 comments

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall - New York Times

Photographs are a partial record of who we were and how we imagined ourselves. They remind us that we have a past and that we are the sum of our past experiences. They reassert that unassailable fact. So writes Errol Morris in an opinion piece in the New York Times Jan 27 / Errol Morris is a documentary filmmaker whose movie The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons From the Life of Robert S. McNamara won t…
Posted about 10 years – 2 comments

happy festive season to all!!

My warmest wishes to everyone at Redbubble for a safe and happy festive season, and a very healthy, productive, happy, exciting, stimulating and creative 2009!!! / I look forward to seeing more great photos and my continued learning from you all / warmest regards Rochelle x
Posted about 10 years – 6 comments
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