To see your own name in writing or in print is one of the most humbling experiences.  To know we are seen and heard. My heartfelt gratitude to the following people and organisations who have supported and encouraged me to take a seat the table through my work as photographer, writer and maker. To learn of new release dates and pre-sales, please subscribe to my newsletter or contact me at maddy@abohemialfe.com


  • Ten Moir Gallery "Botanical" (May, 2024)
  • Little Fish Magazine (Inaugural Issue 1, April 2024)
  • Judith Wright Arts Centre (Fortitude Valley, Australia) 12th October 2023 - 20th October 2023
  • Equally Well Symposium at University of Technology (Sydney, Australia) July 2023
  • Gallery 48 (Townsville, Australia) May - June 2023
  • Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery (Western Australia) January - March 2023
  • MHA Conference International Convention Centre (Sydney, Australia) February 2023
  • 19 Karen Contemporary Artspace (Gold Coast, Australia) October 2022
  • MHS Conference Sydney; Wesley Conference Centre (Sydney, Australia) October 2022
  • Brisbane City Hall Gallery (Brisbane, Australia) 2022
  • Superordinary Gallery (Brisbane, Australia) 2022
  • One Arts (Gold Coast, Australia), January 2022
  • Gallery 48 (Townsville, Australia), 2022
  • Choose Your Own Adventure Series with award-winning photographer, Joel Robinson - Contributing Writer [March, 2019]
  • FEMME Photography Exhibition with VERGE Collective & CameraPro Femme Exhibition (Newstead, Brisbane, Australia) [March, 2020]
  • Contributing Writer, Photographer & Narrator for Tellus [Film] By Zeroset Productions UK [2019] - 'Tellus' is a sustainable, female-led community project that captures love, concern and hope for our planet from voices across the world. A love letter for Mother Earth which celebrates our connection with her - from pure joy and love towards nature’s elements, to our collective fears and worries about the damage the humankind has done to our planet, to an inspiring call for action and a hope for a greener, more united future. Showcased in:
    • Tellus [Film] Official Selection in the Cinema Verde Environmental Film & Arts Festival 2022
    • Tellus [Film] Honorable Mention in the Brighton Rocks Film Festival 2022
    • Tellus [Film] Creativity Award in the Show for A Change Film Festival 2020
    • Tellus [Film] Nominee London Eco Film Festival 2020
  • ABC Studios Gallery (Southbank) 2019
  • Melbourne Arts Centre (Melbourne, Australia) 2019
  • Brisbane City Hall Gallery (Brisbane) 2019
  • Lord Mayor Photography Exhibition [July 2019 - September 2019] Brisbane City Hall
  • Mixed Media Artist Showcase (Weaving) at Hanosho Gallery (West End, Brisbane); [November 2019 - February 2020]
  • Brisbane City Council Billboard Feature: Sustainability Maker Photography at King George Street Station [August 2018 – September 2018]


Little Fish Magazine (Inaugural Issue 1) Published on April 2024
Featured in Issue 1 in Little Fish Magazine (London, UK) 
Lensational Magazine (London, UK) on "United for Ukraine" Photojournalism March 2021
Featured in Issue 137 "United for Ukraine" in Lensational Magazine (London, UK) 


Docs-Magazine (Helsinki, Finland" for "Not Good Enough" Photojournalism December 2021

"On the 15th March 2021, the tempest of rape allegations drove large crowds in Australia to gather in protest in a #March4Justice rally. All around Australia, people gathered in an outcry at the injustices and to show solidarity for the victims. In front of Brisbane’s City Hall, outraged by the response of the Prime Minister and the government, who continually denied, lied and downplayed the charges, crowds gathered to demand justice for women who had been abused and discriminated against..."

Publication: Docu Magazine (Helsinki; Finland)


For The Love of Bands (Netherland; Music Magazine) April, 2020

"Getting older” is powerful in its simplicity. It is raw in its unabashed exploration of love, loss and remorse that feels all too familiar and deeply personal. The song is a haunting terrain marked by regret and the unforgiving nature of time. But despite its depth, Miller gently entwines lyrics and music together to draw you into a biosphere of nostalgia, reflection and insight.


For IMHO (The Courier-Mail Spiegeltent; Brisbane Festival); September 2019

"Once in a while, your lucky stars come into orbit, bringing someone like Bruno Major to illuminate your nights. There are no accompanying musicians. No backup vocals. No extravagant pyrotechnic light show. Neither will you find affectation or pretentiousness. Just a man and his voice holding the crowd in absolute rapture.If Chet Baker & Jeff Buckley had a love child, his name would be Bruno Major..."

Client: IMHO


  • Ten Moir Gallery "Botanical" May 2024 (Honourable Mention)
  • SanDisk Professional Academy Featured Member 2022
  • Out From The Mist Awards 2022 
  • Out From The Mist Awards 2021 
  • Brisbane Open House Photography Awards 2019 (Exterior Category)
  • Out From The Mist Awards 2019 
  • Lord Mayor Photography Awards 2019