Stephanie Rose Wood is a collaborative, community-centred storyteller. Stephanie enables narrative expression through documentary photography, education and curation.
Based in Melbourne, Stephanie focuses on producing long-form documentary projects, shooting editorial for publications and running educational workshops. Her creative practice is research-driven and explores themes of community, ritual and the psychology of belief. Stephanie is currently researching the link between storytelling and mental health.
Stephanie documents the communities around her, discovering stories that are hidden in plain sight. She has an interest in the relationship between photography and text, and adapting modes of storytelling across different platforms and audiences.
Stephanie regularly shoots for publications in Australia, including Frankie Magazine, Smith Journal, Archer Magazine and Spaces. She is currently collaborating with Sydney based organisation, Contact Sheet in the development and delivery of their education program.
Stephanie completed a Masters of Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at London College of Communication in 2016.