About - cwoephoto


Christopher Woe is a Portrait and Events photographer based in Western Sydney, his work focuses primarily on marginalised groups and urban sub-cultures with a strong use of dramatic lighting and toning

In 2010 after many years working in the Welfare sector primarily supporting Adults with Intellectual Disabilities and At Risk Youth Chris Woe decided to focus his energy and creative abilities on photography by undertaking a 4 year Diploma in Photo-Imaging

In 2014 Chris Woe completed his Diploma in Photo-Imaging and was awarded the 2014 Australian Commercial and Media Photographers (ACMP) Student Photographer of the Year for his Movement Series. This Series was featured During the 2015 Head-On Photo Festival with an exhibition at Bankstown Art Centre

Chris Woe's work has been used by a variety of artists,organisations and publications, some of which include :

Achieve Foundation,  Bankstown Art Centre, Bankstown Youth Development Services, Bankstown Community Resource Group, Inner-West Council,  Parramatta Council, City Of Canterbury Bankstown, The Junction Neighbourhood Centre, St Anthony's Family Care, Creating Links,  Sweat-Shop Writers Group, Urban Theatre Projects Alterlife Magazine, Bankstown Torch, Blacktown Advocate, Canterbury-Bankstown Express, Mapping Frictions, NineMSN, Pink Bow City Magazine, SBS, Solitude Magazine, Terrorizer Magazine, The Waikato Independent, Roads & Kingdoms, Wastelands Magazine, Westside Journal, 4EMP Hip-Hop Festival, Big Hustle, Dr Rev The Blood Painter, Jah-Tung, L-Fresh The Lion, Mirrah Reflects , Son Of Sam, Soul Benefits, Quez Outlaw, Vanity Riots, Bad Moon Born, Old School,   ABADA Capoeria, Australian Top Team, Ablas Pastries - Granville , Body Art Tattoo- Menai, BlackBook INK, Hybrid Formz Academy, Infamous Ink- Merrylands, The Green Room, Team 9 Lives, Vyva Entertainment, and Many Others

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