Fiona Wolf is a photographer and exhibiting Artist based in Sydney. Born

in 1976 in Sydney and raised in Germany she returned to Sydney in 2005 with the experience amongst many other things of working as a sound engineer and camera assistant for German television, as well as being a photo editor for New Economy Magazine also as a Creative Manager for Universal Music, Berlin.

 
Fiona’s return to Sydney saw her making her mark in the photographic world. She moved from passionate hobbyist to commercially successful photographer, with hard work, attention to detail and an innate eye for visual stories that illuminated people’s lives.

 
In 2010 Fiona was the winner of the Head On Portrait Prize, one of Australia’s most prestigious photography awards followed by Semi-finalist and Finalist in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014. She was also a finalist in the Olive Cotton Award amongst other

industry awards like the Manning art Prize and finally the National Portrait Prize in 2014.

 
While working as a freelance photographer she continued to exhibit her personal work regularly. Fiona has also worked as a tutor at The Australian Centre for Photography since 2009.
Fiona offers private tuition to photographers at all levels, as well as curatorial advice, business coaching and portfolio development.

 

Fiona Wolf-Symeonides


Posted by Wolfwerk on 29 July 2014