about

Marcelle Bradbeer is a Melbourne-based freelance photographer focusing on landscape photography. Bradbeer recently graduated from a Bachelor of Fine Art (Photography) at RMIT University. She was selected amongst ten emerging Melbourne artists to exhibit her work in the Clyde & Co Australia Art Project (2018) and invited to take part in The Hillvale Stitch-Up Machine group show at The Independent Photography Festival (2016). She was also selected to present her series 'The Divine Divide' in this years RMIT:ART:INTERSECT Lightscapes (2018) - an installation that showcases 'some of the most dynamic and impressive work from the graduating exhibitions' in light boxes within Melbourne Central. 

Bradbeer focuses on capturing man-altered landscapes in rural environments. Her formalist approach depicts scenes of tranquility fractured by human destruction of natural surroundings. Bradbeer utilises a landscape's innate beauty to illustrate the relationship between humans and nature to further entice the viewer to engage with the work's narrative. 

e. marcellebradbeer@gmail.com

Education

RMIT University, Bachelor of Fine Art, 2018 (completed)

Exhibitions

2018    IIford X CCP Salon Instagram Project, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2018    Nothing Ends or Begins George Paton Gallery, Melbourne

2018    Lightscapes RMIT:ART:INTERSECT, Melbourne

2018    The Clyde & Co Australia Art Project 2018, Melbourne

2017    RMIT Graduation Show, Melbourne

2017    CCP Salon 2017, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2016    The Hillvale Stitch-Up Machine (I.P.F- Independent Photography Festival), The Good Copy,Melbourne  

2016    IPF Photo Prize 2016, The Good Copy, Melbourne

2016    CCP Salon 2016, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2012    Erratic Retrospective (solo exhibition), Footscray Space, Melbourne              

Published Work (Print)

2018 OPEN-Bloom Publishing, September

Volunteer/Intern

2017        James Makin Gallery, Melbourne

2016        Tinning Street Gallery, Melbourne

2015        Godwin Bradbeer

2014-2015    Fort Delta Art Gallery, Melbourne