ILANA ROSE AND DR JUDITH CRISPIN
On Being a Woman Photographer
Photojournalist Ilana Rose was a staff photographer on “The Age” in the 1980s, later for welfare organisations such as The Smith Family, and Wesley Mission, and for four years World Vision Australia. Her work has been published widely as well as in major World Vision campaigns. Ilana is now teaching photojournalism in the new degree course at Photography Studies College, Melbourne.
Dr Judith Crispin is director of Manning Clark House, an arts academic, poet and photographer. She holds a PhD in from the ANU and has completed post-doctoral music studies in Paris and Berlin. Judith travels widely to photograph for social justice projects. Recently in the Northern Territory and Armenia, she is about to visit Iran and Russia.