Outback country photography

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Ann Britton –
The Outback Photographer

Ann Britton moved to the Outback when she was just 15 years old. Soon after, she fell in love with the country, the landscapes and the wildlife. When she began photographing the world around her, it was all over. She knew that in one way or another, photography would become a part of her everyday life.

Some 30 years later, Ann takes a photo every single day and, when she isn’t helping husband Rick run their successful cattle station, she’s behind a lens waiting to capture another perfect moment.

Boulia’s own country photographer can bring this wide brown land of ours to life with just the click of a shutter. With over 30 years’ experience capturing the essence of this ancient land, the wildlife and the people who live on the land, you won’t find a photographer who understands more about the land she lives on.

Ann Britton – exclusive commission

Ann is also available for exclusive commission. She can provide a range of services including corporate and commercial photography, editorial and event photography
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Corporate & commercial photography

Advertising, annual reports, posters, brochures, websites and corporate image libraries.

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Editorial photography

Major events and festivals, corporate functions, community and sporting events.

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Event photography

Ann Britton Outback Photography images have featured in the North West Star and The Courier Mail.

Does Ann Britton’s artwork seem familiar to you?

Think you’ve seen some of Ann Britton’s photos somewhere before? You may be right.

Photography exhibitions

“In the Neighbourhood” exhibition was held at the Outback Regional Gallery Winton in 1999.

“Visions of the Heart of Outback Women” together with Carol Anderson, Radha Blacket, Suzanne Hand and Karen Robinson, at the Outback Regional Gallery in 2003. This exhibition also hung in the Boulia Min Min Encounter in the Jan Eckford Memorial Hall, and at the Mount Isa Civic Centre and Outback, Mount Isa.

In 2006, at both the Outback Regional Gallery and the Jan Eckford Memorial Hall, I held my solo exhibition called “Home.”

In 2009, one of my photos was awarded runner up in the Q150 Capture Queensland Competition in the My Queensland category. Four others short listed.

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Ann Britton on the telly

ABC Landline – in November 2013, thanks to Pip Courtney and the ABC Landline team, Ann was honoured that a small collection of her photographs were showcased at the end of the program.

Overnights – On Overnights with Trevor Chappell, Ann chatted with Rod Quinn #SpotontheMap