Aletheia is a photographic artist based between Sydney and London. During the last 12 years she has published and worked with The Guardian, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Financial Times Magazine, BBC London and BBC World, Australian Associated Press, BBC Wales, SBS Television, and various international publications.
Aletheia has exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery (Australia), Museum Bélvédère (Heerenveen, Holland), Photofusion (London), The Perth Centre for Photography (Australia), The Royal Shakespeare Company (London), The National Geographic Society (London), Foto8 (London), The Australian Centre for Photography and The Art Gallery of Ballarat (Australia), among others.
Aletheia recently won the Environment category of the Australian Photography Awards, and in 2021 won the Head On Landscape Award. She later won the Stories Award by the Australian Photo Collective in the same year. She was named '31 photographers to watch' by the British Journal of Photography and was shortlisted for the PHMuseum Woman Photographer's Grant in 2018. In the same year Aletheia won the Judge's Commendation for the Iris Award at the Perth Centre for Photography and was a finalist for the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Award. In 2015 she was named a winner of The Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Emerging Photographer Award for the UK, and has twice been a finalist for the National Photographic Portrait Prize.
Aletheia is a senior lecturer and the Course Leader on the Masters of Photojournalism and Documentary Photography degree, at the London College of Communication (UAL).
As an artist born and practicing in Australia, I acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.