Kerry Fragar learned the foundations of photography with film and darkroom techniques over two decades ago, starting at school and won her first awards at the age of 13. She has since exhibited as a solo artist and been invited to participate in many group exhibitions; she has also been published internationally for her commercial work. Kerry travels extensively to produce a diverse collection of fine art images captured in Australia and around the world. When not travelling, Kerry can be found at either of her bases in the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains (where she grew up) or the picturesque town of Orange in the Central West of NSW. 

Kerry has received recognition within the photographic industry, having portfolios of both her Landscape and Travel  images awarded prizes in Australasia's Top Emerging Photographers (Capture Magazine, 2018), being shortlisted for the Australian Photography Awards (2016) and being named winner of the Womankind Photographer's Award (January 2017).

Kerry has also been featured onscreen as a photographer on the Australian TV series "The Farmer Wants A Wife" (2016) and has been a guest speaker and photographic judge. Experience on both sides of the lens has enhanced her eye for aesthetics and understanding of perspective, with no restriction on subject genre.

As a commercial photographer, Kerry's experience ranges from hanging from cliffs, to working with artists on innovative projects, to being 1100m underground photographing state of the art machinery.

Thanks for visiting, 

Kerry Fragar