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Drought story, 2020

Joel B. Pratley

National Photographic Portrait Prize 2021 Winner

Living Memory

Other NPPP photos from Joel B. Pratley

My Brother's family, 2018 by Joel Pratley
2019 Finalist
Yahir, waiting to live again, 2017 by Joel Brian Pratley
2018 Finalist
Mum, 2017 by Joel Brian Pratley
2018 Finalist

Related information

Living Memory winner announcement video: 26 minutes
Living Memory winner announcement video: 26 minutes
Living Memory winner announcement video: 26 minutes
Living Memory winner announcement video: 26 minutes

Winner announcement

Director Karen Quinlan AM announces the winner at the National Portrait Gallery.

Joel Pratley
Joel Pratley
Joel Pratley
Joel Pratley

Joel Pratley

Finalist interviews

An interview with Joel Pratley, Winner of the Living Memory National Photographic Portrait Prize.

Drought story, 2020 Joel B. Pratley
Drought story, 2020 Joel B. Pratley
Drought story, 2020 Joel B. Pratley
Drought story, 2020 Joel B. Pratley

Living Memory

National Photographic Portrait Prize

Previous exhibition, 2021

The exhibition is selected from a national field of entries, reflecting the distinctive vision of Australia's aspiring and professional portrait photographers and the unique nature of their subjects.

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