Corinne Whitehouse is a documentary photographer whose work is concerned with the representation of people whose voices are frequently unheard. Working primarily with analogue photography she focuses on recording contemporary society with the aim of contributing to a social history of our time.

Corinne has a background in television documentary and arts and culture journalism and has an MFA in Photography. She has exhibited at The Lishui International Photography Festival, The Lightbox, Woking and in the show 209 Women at Parliament House and the Open Eye Gallery. Corinne’s current project, Lost, explores our relationship to the environment looking particularly at how iGen children are losing their connection with nature.