Duncan Wright is a West Australian based photographer, director, artist and studio manager.
Duncan Wright is Western Australian photographer and director who has studied under Max Pam and Kevin Ballantine at Edith Cowan University in Perth, Australia before moving to the Vahland Academy of Fine Arts in Gothenburg, Sweden to finish his degree.
Whilst working commercially (select client below), Duncan also has an arts practice which sees his photographic based work fall somewhere between a documentary, conceptual and commercial approach.
Duncan is an in demand photographer whose work has seen him travel statewide on assignment for publications such as The Australian & The Guardian while also shooting campaigns for The State Goverment of Western Australia and working with high profile musicians such as Tame Impala, Ta-ku, POND, Methyl Ethel & San Cisco. Alongside his commercial work, Duncan has exhibited in various group exhibitions, including the esteemed 2021 Fremantle Art Centre Print Award where he was a finalist and in the past year has had two solo shows - ‘Happiness’ at the Perth Centre of Photography and ‘A Resonance’ as part of the Fremantle Biennale 2021 program. His work is also collected by, and forms part of, the West Australian State Library Collection
Clients include -
Department of Premier and Cabinet, Google Arts and Culture, The Guardian, The Australian, Australian Financial Review, ABC, Triple J, Atlantic Records, Art Gallery of WA, PICA, FORM, San Cisco, Methyl Ethel, POND, Fremantle Biennale, Broadsheet, The Guardian, Block Branding, Juicebox, Rare, The Blue Room Theatre, Edmund Rice Centre WA, Jarrah Records, Spinning Top Records, Short Order, Remington Matters.