Julie Millowick is passionate about photography. It is her life. She is constantly working on personal projects, often documenting her own environment or community. Julie’s Melbourne studio specialised in corporate/industrial photography including clients Mayne Nickless, Westpac, Victorian Arts Centre, Australian Wool Corporation, Realities Gallery, and Libby Edwards Gallery. Julie is passionate about lighting, particularly on location - it is a trademark of her work. Julie documents artwork – both two and three dimensional – for numerous artists.
Throughout her commercial career Julie continued her personal image making - documentary, portraits, photograms, cyanotypes. As a member of MAPGroup she participated in the documentation of the 10 year Millennium Drought – those images are held in a Government Collection. In 2003 Robert Nelson, The Age Art Critic described her exhibition of photograms and cyanotypes – A Year In Our Lives – as “…a tour de force in the medium …”
Julie has presented Cyanotype workshops for ACMI, ACCA and communities. She recently photographed Art Resides Here showing the impact of grants on small regional towns for the Foundation of Regional and Rural Renewal. She has work held in several major collections including the National Gallery of Australia.