Category: Digital Storytelling

I have interviewed and photographed over two hundred people on a range of personal and meaningful topics, from identity and self-construction to dreaming and dying. I find that a generosity of spirit and a quiet gentleness encourages interviewees to engage openly with the camera, and to reveal their wisdom. Acknowledging that both interviewing and photography are a communication between two people enables me to elicit genuine and insightful stories about people and their lives. I work with photography, text, audio and video.


Jade Odgers from the Grampians Regional Palliative Care Team, and digital storyteller Pippa Wischer discuss the project’s goals. Two of the participants, Nola and Maddie, discuss their involvement in the Carers in the Grampians project, and what it meant to them.

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Carers_Exhibition print. Kylie

What is it like to care for a family member at home when they are in palliative care? How does that change your relationship? How does it change how you live your life? What is it like when they die? How do you cope with grief?

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Focusing on those events and decisions that change who we are and how we see ourselves, this series is still being constructed. If you’d like to be one of the participants, please contact Pippa.

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Eight volunteers and their clients in palliative care discuss how the volunteers and volunteering has changed their lives. Commissioned by Palliative Care Victoria in 2015.

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