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Jason Edwards
Photographer & Presenter of Pure Photography
National Geographic Channel

With an image portfolio ranking among the largest of any photographer in the National Geographic Society’s long history, Melbourne-based photo journalist Jason Edwards is the face of Pure Photography on National Geographic Channel.

This series of natural history vignettes accompanies him on assignment as he chronicles the world’s natural wonders through a lens.

Redefining documentary photography over the course of more than 20 years, Jason’s commissioned assignments having taken him to every continent, with the resultant work appearing in hundreds of publications including National Geographic Magazine, Australian Geographic, Sports Illustrated, BBC Wildlife Magazine, The New Yorker, and Conde Nast Traveller.

Jason’s fine art prints are archived in private collections around the world and have been exhibited in the USA, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Europe, where National Geographic also presented his compelling imagery from India at the prestigious Visa Pour L’Image Photojournalism Festival.

Jason’s reputation for self-reliance and his ability to adapt has seen him placed on assignment in some of the most remote areas. He is an extremely experienced field photographer yet adapts well to commercial assignments where strict briefs are required to create specific imagery. His love of the less developed regions of the planet adds to the feeling of exploration and discovery that clients view in his images. His ability to depict even well known subjects in a unique manner has separated his images from the mainstream.

With an Honours degree in the Bachelor of Applied Science in Scientific Photography and tertiary qualifications in the Animal Sciences, Jason is an author of science education books, and his imagery has appeared in everything from environmental campaigns to Hollywood blockbusters.

As a corporate speaker Jason champions the plight of the environment, indigenous peoples and the art of photography.

Watch Pure Photography here and follow Jason here  

Peter Eastway
Photographer and Editor of Better Photography Magazine

Peter Eastway is a professional photographer, magazine editor and publisher. He has won the AIPP Australian Professional Photographer of the Year twice and the Australian Landscape Photographer of the Year award three times. To see more of his work, visit or

Anna Davis
Museum of Contemporary Art, Curator

Anna Davis is a Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. Her recent curatorial projects include Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro (2012), Primavera: Young Australian Artists (2011/ 2012), Fountain (2011) – Hany Armanious’ commission for the MCA sculpture terrace, MCA Collection: New Acquisitions in Context (2010) and In the Balance: Art for a Changing World (2010).

Anna has a PhD in Media Arts from the College of Fine Arts, UNSW and her video art work has been exhibited widely across Australia, Europe and Asia. Alongside her art practice she has worked in a variety of roles in the arts over the past 15 years including Acting Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of NSW and Assistant Curator / Project Manager at dLux media arts. Anna has a special interest in ephemeral, participatory and media art practices and her writing in this area has been published in a range of academic journals, arts publications and exhibition catalogues.

Moshe Rosenzveig
Head On Foundation, Director

Moshe Rosenzveig is the founder and director of Head On Photo Festival, the world’s second-largest event of its kind.

His career spans over 30 years as a photojournalist, commercial photographer, educator and an award winning television producer/director whose work has been screened, published and exhibited in Australia and overseas.

Moshe has judged numerous competitions including Art & About Sydney Life, the Walkleys and Train Spotting at the Powerhouse Museum.

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Head On Photo Awards 2024

Entries to the Head On Photo Awards 2024 are open now. $80,000 prize pool including finalists exhibition.

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