About Lawrence

Lawrence was the only photographer present during the dismantling of Wittenoom, an asbestos mining town in the North-West of Australia. This documentation was financed by a State Government Grant and administered by the National Trust of Australia (WA).

Lawrence has presented a Photography Workshop to people with mental illness, financed by the Gordon Reid Foundation. He has also conducted Photography Workshops to people in remote parts of Australia. He also presents Photography Workshops from his base in Perth.

In the late 1970's Lawrence was resident Photographer at the famed 'Bombay Rock' Nightclub in Melbourne, covering some of Australia's premier Rock Acts performing Live.

Lawrence produced Photographs for Calendars, Magazines, Record, Video and Book covers. He has had public Exhibitions of his work as a solo artist and also separately with groups of painters. He is represented in Galleries in Australia and in online shows. The most recent Solo Exhibition ”Shadows and Light” combined realist depictions with toned and dyed black and white images. Lawrence recently won two Awards for Photography in the United States and a US Navy Medal for a Photography Workshop.

He has directed a Live Television broadcast along with several Music Videos. He regularly contributes to Art shows in Perth and recently judged a Photographic contest. He continues to work in Fine Art Photography, photographing paintings for Artists and producing Photographic Books.

Lawrence Marshall