Sam Forsyth-Gray is a Melbourne based photographer, who has recently completed a Bachelor of Photography at Photography Studies College. His work is concerned with ideas of family, memory, and the human condition. Interested in the merging of fine art and documentary visual languages – often using archival images alongside his own images – the process is fluid and experimental. With a special interest in the application of found images within contemporary art practice, his work seeks to create new ways of both seeing and understanding these objects by dissecting and intersecting photographic surfaces, through collage and juxtaposition, and through his own photographic responses.



Solo Exhibitions

2018 - On the Sea Stands a Rock, Perth Centre for Photography, Perth

Group Exhibitions

2017 - CCP Salon, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2017 - This Must be the Place (PSC Grad Show), No Vacancy, Melbourne

2017 - De | Pict, The Age Building, Melbourne

2017 - Zines of the World, Doomed Gallery, London

2017 - Holy Moly, Fifty-Five Gallery, Melbourne

2016 - CCP Salon, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2016 - PSC Photobook Show, Magic Johnston, Melbourne

2016 - Independent Photography Festival Photo Prize, The Good Copy, Melbourne

2016 - Selections, Sawtooth ARI, Launceston

2016 - Photomediations Exhibition, Europeana Space Conference, Berlin


2017 - Finalist, Australian Photobook of the Year*

2017 - Best Self Published Photobook*, CCP Salon

2017 - Highly Commended, Exposure Student Showcase Award (Geelong)

2017 - Finalist, Exposure Student Showcase Award (Melbourne)

2016 - Photomediations Judges Commendation


2019 - Sighting Report (zine)

2017 - *On the Sea Stands a Rock

2017 - The Fun of a Gun (zine)

2017 - Go Easy (zine)

2016 - Weapons of Seduction



2017 - Bachelor of Photography, Photography Studies College Melbourne

2016 - Photography Workshop, Obscura Festival, Malaysia


2018 - Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2017 - Photography Studies College, PSC Pals Program

2017 - Asia Pacific Photobook Archive, Melbourne Australia

2016 - Obscura Festival, Penang Malaysia


2018 - Tsuka Exhibition, CCP Melbourne, Project Manager/Content Producer


Paper Journal
Aint-Bad - What We've Found