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Between Light and Shadow

Portraits by Stuart Campbell

The late Australian photographer Stuart Campbell produced superb photographs of Australian actors of stage and screen.

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Selected images

Anne Lambert, actor by Stuart Campbell
Anne Lambert, actor by Stuart Campbell
Mel Gibson, actor by Stuart Campbell
Mel Gibson, actor by Stuart Campbell
Colin Friels, actor by Stuart Campbell
Colin Friels, actor by Stuart Campbell
Gillian Armstrong, director by Stuart Campbell
Gillian Armstrong, director by Stuart Campbell
Lee Tulloch, writer and Tony Amos, photographer by Stuart Campbell
Lee Tulloch, writer and Tony Amos, photographer by Stuart Campbell
Anna Volska, actor by Stuart Campbell
Anna Volska, actor by Stuart Campbell
Kerry Walker, actor by Stuart Campbell
Kerry Walker, actor by Stuart Campbell
Wendy Hughes, actor by Stuart Campbell
Wendy Hughes, actor by Stuart Campbell
Ruth Cracknell, actor by Stuart Campbell
Ruth Cracknell, actor by Stuart Campbell
Kim Carpenter, designer/director by Stuart Campbell
Kim Carpenter, designer/director by Stuart Campbell
John Gaden, actor by Stuart Campbell
John Gaden, actor by Stuart Campbell
Todd Boyce, actor by Stuart Campbell
Todd Boyce, actor by Stuart Campbell
John Bell, director/actor by Stuart Campbell
John Bell, director/actor by Stuart Campbell
Belinda Giblin, actor by Stuart Campbell
Belinda Giblin, actor by Stuart Campbell
Paul Livingston as Flacco, comedian by Stuart Campbell
Paul Livingston as Flacco, comedian by Stuart Campbell
Robert Menzies, actor by Stuart Campbell
Robert Menzies, actor by Stuart Campbell
Simon Burke, actor/singer by Stuart Campbell
Simon Burke, actor/singer by Stuart Campbell
Bruce Spence, actor by Stuart Campbell
Bruce Spence, actor by Stuart Campbell
Meryl Tankard, dancer/choreographer by Stuart Campbell
Meryl Tankard, dancer/choreographer by Stuart Campbell
Arthur Dignam, actor by Stuart Campbell
Arthur Dignam, actor by Stuart Campbell
Ron Haddrick, actor by Stuart Campbell
Ron Haddrick, actor by Stuart Campbell
Self Portrait, Stuart Campbell by Stuart Campbell
Self Portrait, Stuart Campbell by Stuart Campbell
Neil Armfield, director by Stuart Campbell
Neil Armfield, director by Stuart Campbell
Bill Shanahan, agent by Stuart Campbell
Bill Shanahan, agent by Stuart Campbell
Todd McKenny, actor/dancer by Stuart Campbell
Todd McKenny, actor/dancer by Stuart Campbell
Robyn Nevin, actor/director by Stuart Campbell
Robyn Nevin, actor/director by Stuart Campbell
Graeme Murphy, dancer/choreographer by Stuart Campbell
Graeme Murphy, dancer/choreographer by Stuart Campbell
Phil Scott, musician/comedian by Stuart Campbell
Phil Scott, musician/comedian by Stuart Campbell
Jacki Weaver, actor by Stuart Campbell
Jacki Weaver, actor by Stuart Campbell
Peter Carey, writer by Stuart Campbell
Peter Carey, writer by Stuart Campbell
Terry Ryan, costume designer by Stuart Campbell
Terry Ryan, costume designer by Stuart Campbell
Richard Tognetti, violinist by Stuart Campbell
Richard Tognetti, violinist by Stuart Campbell
Richard Wherrett, director/actor and David Franklin, actor
Richard Wherrett, director/actor and David Franklin, actor
Little Nell, actor by Stuart Campbell
Little Nell, actor by Stuart Campbell
Tom Long, actor by Stuart Campbell
Tom Long, actor by Stuart Campbell
Geoff Morrell, actor by Stuart Campbell
Geoff Morrell, actor by Stuart Campbell
Russell Kiefel, actor by Stuart Campbell
Russell Kiefel, actor by Stuart Campbell
Nick Enright, playwright by Stuart Campbell
Nick Enright, playwright by Stuart Campbell
Christopher Atkins, actor by Stuart Campbell
Christopher Atkins, actor by Stuart Campbell
Colin Farrell, actor by Stuart Campbell
Colin Farrell, actor by Stuart Campbell

Related information

Self Portrait, Stuart Campbell by Stuart Campbell
Self Portrait, Stuart Campbell by Stuart Campbell
Self Portrait, Stuart Campbell by Stuart Campbell
Self Portrait, Stuart Campbell by Stuart Campbell

The essence of you

Magazine article by Lee Tulloch, 2011

Lee Tulloch remembers her great friend NIDA-trained actor turned photographer Stuart Campbell.

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