Bronwyn was educated at ACU in Fitzroy, gaining a Bachelor of Visual Art & Design in 2013 and making the Dean's List consecutively from 2012-2013. The year 2014 was spent undertaking Honours, writing a thesis on the practice of the selfie as it relates to art history and contemporary popular practice. This thesis birthed Creating Myselfie, Bronwyn's debut solo show and primary foray into photography.
2015 saw her invited to make works for Likeness, at Hawthorn's Town Hall Gallery.
In 2016 two of the works from Likeness were shortlisted into MAMAlbury's National Photography Prize, and made their way to Albury for the finalist exhibition. Made her year. This year also saw Bronwyn make some particularly personal works for Tributaries, which were exhibited at the ACU Gallery in Fitzroy.
2017 has seen Bronwyn lean into using all the crap she's accumulated over the years and constructing hot glue-gun monstrosity headdresses into the dead of night. She made five works for Selvedge, a show in the Cultural Program for VAMFF 2017.
2018 is apparently the year she took up painting again, producing numerous acrylic and oil pieces in a matter of weeks and working up a real appetite for the more traditional form of image making.
Located in Melbourne, Australia.
Always down for tacos, but hold the pico. Onion hurts me.