Steph Fuller is a camera-based artist from Adelaide, South Australia. Her work is usually staged, with carefully positioned lights setting the scene for small creatures or natural phenomena to be recorded. Fuller’s practice casts familiar sights and objects in new roles to explore the unknowable. Her subjects range from willing friends to flowers and insects. Dark tones reflect the importance of nightfall in her work – the increased visibility of the stars  by night prompts the introspection essential to her practice.

Born 1992
Adelaide, South Australia


2014   Master of Visual Art, UniSA

2012   Bachelor of Visual Arts (Photography), UniSA

Solo Exhibitions

2022   Portraits of the Elderly, Yungondi Building, UniSA
2019   Proximal Orbitpraxis ARTSPACE

2018   Deep SpaceFELTspace

2017   Internal Botany, Flinders Medical Centre

2014   AwashFELTspace

Select Group Exhibitions

2021   Cosmic Analogues, Dirty Dozen, VIC

2021   approaching midnight, FELTspace

2020  S P A C E S, Adelaide Town Hall

2019   Already Home, Adelaide City Library

2018   Discontented Nature, Carclew

2018   Internal Botany, praxis ARTSPACE

2013   Adorned, Ladybeads

           The Tunnels, The Adina Hotel

           Feathers, FORMAT

2012   PULP, These Walls Don’t Lie Gallery

           A4 by Four by Four, The Reading Room

2011    Vintage, Red Poles


2017   SALA Artist in Residence at Flinders Medical Centre supported by Arts in Health at FMC


2022  Shortlisted - Australian Photobook Awards (Open Pre-Press Digital Category) with The Edge of The Earth(unpublished)
2021   Finalist - National Photographic Portrait Prize - Living Memory

2019   Finalist - Olive Cotton Award

           Winner - Adelaide Fringe / BankSA Best Visual Art Award

           Winner - Fringe Weekly Award

           Finalist - West Torrens Art Prize

2018   Winner - Fringe Weekly Award

           Finalist – Emma Hack Art Prize

2017   Finalist – SALA - The City Rural Emerging Artist Award

2016   Finalist – Emma Hack Art Prize

2015   Finalist – One Day for Sight 

2012   Semifinalist – Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize


 2017  Guildhouse LimberUP! Mentorship with Roy Ananda


2019   SALA Festival PechaKucha Night

2018   A Way of Seeing is a Way of Not Seeing -  joint paper, ASMIRT, Canberra


2021   Living Memory - National Photographic Portrait Prize, Karen Quinlan

Your message was sent successfully!