b. 1995, Rose Hartley is a documentary photographer and filmmaker based in Melbourne, Australia. She is interested in the power of the visual medium and its capacity to create social change by utilising the tools of cultural competence and long-form storytelling. Her studies in psychology and sociology have influenced her understanding of people operating within their respective social and cultural contexts. Rose's work has recently garnered global support and won her two international photo competitions with Monster Children magazine & frankie magazine, with her work being featured in both print and digital media. Her clients have included GetUp! and Human Rights Watch. 

Rose is currently available for photo and video based assignments/commissions. 

email: rosehartley9@gmail.com
phone: +61401557586

Exhibitions

SOLO

  • framed’ (2019)
    Peel Street Projections

    Collingwood, Melbourne- September 2019

GROUP

Awards

  • Chosen as the artist in residency for the month of September in the Peel Street Park Projections, September 2019 (sponsored by the City of Yarra)

  • Winner of the Frankie Magazine Good Stuff Awards, April 2019 (sponsored by Stocksy United)

  • Winner of the Monster Children International Photo Competition, December 2018 (sponsored by Wanaka Tourism, NZ)

Publications

PRINT

  • Bendt Magazine (2019)

  • Monster Children (2018)

  • Honi Soit (2017)

DIGITAL

  • Monster Children (2019)

  • Beginning Film (2019)

  • Be Analogic (2018)

Experience

2019

  • Climate Change Campaign Videographer
    GetUp!
    Flinders Electorate, Melbourne

  • Videographer
    Human Rights Watch
    Melbourne

  • Gallery Volunteer
    Centre for Contemporary Photography
    Fitzroy, Melbourne

  • Melbourne Art & Book Fair Volunteer
    National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

2018

  • Short Documentary Filmmaker, Disaster Aid Australia & ZONTA
    Japan & the Philippines

  • Camera Assistant, Simon Cunich, SBS VICELAND
    Sydney, NSW

2016

  • Camera Assistant, Mount Zero Olives Campaign, QANTAS Epicure
    The Grampians, VIC