Artist Biography

Daisy Noyes (born 1980, New York) is an award-winning photographer based in Melbourne, Australia, and Massachusetts, USA. She studied photography at Sarah Lawrence College in New York and performance at The University of New South Wales in Sydney. Her artistic practice exists in the liminal space between photography and performance, where the images function as visual records of fleeting acts and narrative fragments. Women, identity, family, embodiment, seasonality, and the fraught connection between humans and the natural world have been the subjects of her work.

Daisy’s photographs have been exhibited at the International Center for Photography in New York, FORMAT Festival in the UK, the Ballarat International Foto Biennale in Australia, Lishui Photography Festival in China, Auckland Festival of Photography, and Noir Gallery in Melbourne. Recent published work includes Photo Collective Magazine, JANE by The Grey Attic, GALAH press, Photographer’s Companion China, The Guardian US Edition, The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald.

Awards:
2020 LensCulture Critics’ Choice Award
2020 Finalist, Australian Photography Awards, portrait category
2021 Finalist, Documentary Family Awards, Environmental Portrait Category
2021 Semi-finalist, Head On Photo Awards, Portrait Category
2021 Winner, Expert Recommended Photographer’s Award, Lishui Festival of Photography