Andrew Chapman has always held a love of documentary photojournalism & landscape photography. He has been a regular freelancer to the Australian magazine industry over the last 30 years, contributing regularly to Time, BRW and The Bulletin, amongst many others.
Since 2006, Andrew Chapman has published 8 books, ‘The Farm’ (2016), ‘Political Vision’ (2015), ‘The Long Paddock‘ (2014), ‘Working Dogs‘ (2013), ‘Around The Sheds’ (2012), ‘Woolsheds’ (2011) ‘Campaign’ (2007) and ‘The Shearers’ (2006), as well as major contributions to many others.
Andrew has exhibited widely around Australia as well as France and the USA. His work is held in the collections of the National Library of Australia, The State Library of Victoria, The Monash Gallery of Art, The City of Montpellier and many other public and private collections.
Andrew Chapman was the founder and inaugural president of MAP Group, a collective of documentary photographers. In 2009 MAP Group published ‘Beyond Reasonable Drought’, a photographic record of climate change and drought across Australia.