Meet the authors: Together Apart, Life in Lockdown
When COVID-19 hit Melbourne harder than a runaway tram, our lives changed – literally overnight.
Photographer Jude van Daalen and editor Belinda Jackson talk about their experience capturing Melbourne's lockdown through 'Together Apart: Life in Lockdown', a beautiful, black-and-white coffee table book featuring 60 interviews and portraits of Melbourne people.
They'll be talking about pivoting from studio work to shooting outdoors from a distance, about what to do when your travel writing career comes crashing around your head, some of their favourite stories and will also answer any of your questions.
Jude is a portrait photographer working from her studio in Melbourne’s west. She has over 15 years’ experience telling stories through photography, translating those experiences into gallery-style artwork, and has established her book imprint and art brand, Van Jude. She originates from Utrecht in the Netherlands, where she also had a thriving photography studio. See themelbourneportraitstudio.com
Belinda has worked as a features writer, finance journalist and currently specialises in travel. Originally from Melbourne, she’s visited every continent, and lived in three. Trips of a lifetime, she’s had a few, from playing piano on the sea crossing to Antarctica, hiking through ancient olive groves in Palestine and dancing at Russian nightclubs. When the world is not shut down, she is a columnist for The Age/Sydney Morning Herald’s Traveller section. See globalsalsa.com
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