Liz Ham is one of Australiaʼs most prominent and recognised female photographers. Her work spans two decades and is broad in both form and appeal, comprising a signature style of humour, nostalgia and narrative.
Working across fashion, editorial and advertising, her romantic, engaging photography is often inflected by youth subcultures. These images have been published by the likes of Vogue Australia, Dazed and Confused, i-D Australia, Russh, Oyster and Vogue Nippon.
Her personal work continues to be exhibited and documented, most recently at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, and in a cover story for international art journal Art Monthly. Liz is also working on a book project called Punk Girls, which combines her three creative loves — fashion, portraiture and documentary photography — to communicate the beauty and strength inherent in the women of the Punk movement.
We love fashion. We love the craftsmanship of the couture we will never be able to afford, and we love spending all of our income on the clothing we (kind...