Currently in: Suva, Fiji // //

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Alana Holmberg (b. 1983) is an emerging Australian photographer known for her emotive portraiture and multimedia projects. To date, her independent work has explored the experiences of women in relation to family, feminism and body image -- investigations that continue to inform and challenge her own identity. 

Alongside nuanced concepts, Alana’s images embody a lyrical and serene aesthetic. Empathy, subtly and vulnerability — both in process and visual outcome — thread her photographic projects, as does her curiosity with how audiences access and interact with visual stories. This interest forms the foundation of her ongoing experimentations with sound, moving image, performance and new technologies. 

Alana joined Australia-based photography collective Oculi in 2016 and is also a proud member of Women Photograph. In her freelance assignments, she works with non profit organisations to produce contemporary storytelling outcomes online.

Alana teaches private workshops in visual storytelling, is a tutor at Photography Studies College (PSC) in Melbourne, and provides communications consulting and copywriting services to photography-related organisations, events, initiatives and festivals. 






  • Our Home, Our People, solo exhibition, Suva Public Library, Fiji, 2018.

  • Our Home, Our People, VR Cinema Program, St Kilda Film Festival, 2018

  • A Change In The Weather, single-channel video commission part of Common Good, group show at Museum of Art and Sciences (MAAS), Sydney, 2018

  • Resist Laughter, solo show at The Lost Ones Gallery, Ballarat, 2018

  • Resist Laughter, Screenings Program at Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, Organ Vida Photography Festival, 2017

  • Resist Laughter, solo show at Special Group Studios, Feature Exhibition at HeadOn Photography Festival, Sydney, 2017

  • Where I Lay My Head, #Dysturb group show at Hillvale Gallery, Melbourne 2017.

  • Crossover Web Documentary Festival, Denmark, 2016

  • Family.Life, Syracuse University and Alexia Foundation Project, USA, 2015

  • LUMIX Festival for Young Photojournalism, Multimedia Finalists Group Show, Hannover, 2014

  • HeadOn Photography Festival, Multimedia Prize Finalists, Group show at Brenda May Gallery, Sydney, 2014


  • ScreenLab Express, Producer for Screen Projects, Melbourne, 2018.

  • 'Do It With Photobooks, Do It Yourself With Others' Workshop, Corinne Noordenbos & Fiore Pinna, Zagreb (2017)

  • Diploma of Advanced Visual Storytelling, Danish School of Media and Journalism, Aarhus (2015)

  • The Eye of Thought' Workshop, Aveek Sen & The Lighthouse, Calcutta (2014)

  • Bachelor of Arts (Photography), RMIT University, Melbourne (2014)

  • Bachelor of Arts (Public Relations), RMIT University, Melbourne (2004)