Born 1976

Melbourne, Australia

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Deakin University, Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours - 1st class): Photography, 2017

Deakin University, Bachelor of Creative Arts: Photography, 2014-16

Holmesglen TAFE, Advanced Diploma of Photo Imaging, 2013

Chisholm Institute, Diploma of Arts (Professional Writing & Editing), 1997-98





2017 City of Kingston Lens Mist - First Prize

2016 City of Kingston Lens Mist - Highly Commended

2013 Holmesglen Diploma of Photo Imaging award for technical achievement



Solo Exhibitions:


2017 Concrete Makes The Earth Feel ColderBallarat International Foto Bienalle



Group Exhibitions:


2019 Light and Time, C.A.S., Melbourne

2018 Salon 2018, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2018 Optika 2018, City of Kingston

2018 Obscuring the Camera, Noir Darkroom, Coburg, Melbourne

2017 Lensmist 2017, City of Kingston

2016 Capture, Sally Walker Project Space, Geelong, Victoria

2016 Photography Graduate Show, Deakin University

2016 In The Picture: Ballarat Through Time, Ballarat Mechanics Institute

2016 FAC Open Exhibition, Frankston Arts Centre

2016 Lensmist 2016, City of Kingston

2015 Salon 2015, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2015 Silver, Ballarat International Foto Bienalle

2014 Salon 2014, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2014 Unsensored14, Collingwood Gallery Melbourne

2014 Exposure, White Night Melbourne

2013 Salon 2013, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2013 Unsensored13, Collingwood Gallery, Melbourne

2013 Capture, Tinning Street Gallery, Melbourne



Books and Publications:


2018 Weatherbored?

2014 Latitude Magazine, ‘Ghouls’

2014 Unsensored14, Exhibition Book

2014 The Large Format Blog, The Photograph Explained: ‘Cone Crusher’

2013 Unsensored13, Exhibition Book





Holmesglen TAFE rural campus collection, Eildon

Private collections, Melbourne






Leigh Lambert is a photographer born and currently residing in Melbourne, Australia. In 2017 he completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts, Honours, with a focus on photography. He also has experience over many years as a writer and musician, and now as a filmmaker. Leigh has been involved as an exhibitor and organiser of many group shows concurrently with his studies and he has been invited to write about his work for the Large Format Blog. He has previously been Vice-President of the Melbourne Silver Mine, a photography group devoted to the use of analogue process. As this suggests, Leigh works (most) frequently with analogue materials. He shoots with a variety of cameras and formats, and frequently works without a camera at all.  Leigh is currently in the process of starting a business in portraiture.