The beautiful work of Barefoot Wandering Photography

The beautiful work of Barefoot Wandering Photography

We were lucky enough to partner with Marley Morgan, Founder and Photographer at Barefoot Wandering Photography, for a recent Magpie Goose photo shoot.


Marley is a proud descendant of the Wiradjuri and Yuwaalaraay nations, and lives in Coffs Harbour with her partner and two boys. We’d been admiring her work on the socials for some time so it was fabulous to be able to work with her. As you can see from the photos, she’s a real talent!


We caught up with her recently for a little interview so we could introduce her to you all.




MG:Tell us a bit about the creative direction for the Magpie Goose shoot and the models you worked with?


MM: The studio photos we shot at the Blanc Space Studio in Yamba, NSW. The team at Blanc Space were incredibly accommodating and lovely to hang out with. We later shot at another location just outside of Yamba which was recommended to us by the Blanc Space team.


We went for an earthy but vibrant theme to match the clothing but that was also true to my style and brand. I worked with emerging models Jessica and Kirralee and the shoot was full of laughs and relaxed vibes. Jessica is from Taree originally but currently resides in Coffs Harbour - she is a proud Biripi woman. Kirralee is from Kempsey and is a proud Dunghutti woman. Both models are inspirations of mine and faces to look out for in the future. The male model featured in the studio images is my partner Joshua. He is a Wiradjuri man and a proud father of two.


MG: Tell us a bit about your journey into business


MM: My journey has been interesting. It has been full of challenges that have come with a lot of lessons. I have met a lot of incredible people in the industry. Breaking out into the mainstream industry has been difficult. Being a First Nation woman there is a lot of racism that still does exist within the industry


MG: Tell us what you love about your work?


MM: I love that I get to meet amazing people on a daily basis. My work allows me to grasp evanescent moments and record these instants for fond reflection. I crave the capture of authentic connection and raw moments and my photography is reflective of this desire.


Thanks Marley! You can check out here work at 

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