Aletheia Casey

Aletheia Casey is an Australian photographic artist based between Sydney and London. Using historical findings as a background to her stories, Aletheia’s work largely addresses identity, place and belonging. She currently lectures at The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, and lectures in London.

Her clients have included The Sunday Times Magazine, The Financial Times Magazine, BBC London and BBC World, Getty Images Worldwide, Australian Associated Press, BBC Wales and SBS Television..

During 2014 Aletheia was mentored by Magnum Photos as part of the Ideastap and Magnum Photos Photographic Award. She recently completed her Masters of Photojournalism and Documentary Photography through the London College of Communication and graduated with Distinction.

Aletheia has exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery, Foto8 in London, The Royal Shakespeare Company, The National Geographic Society in London, Black Eye gallery Sydney, Mother London, and at the Australian Centre for Photography. Aletheia has twice been named a finalist for the Environmental Photographer of the Year Award. She was named a winner of The Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Emerging Photographer Award for the UK in 2012 and 2015, a finalist for the National Photographic Portrait Prize in 2012 and Bronze and Silver winner in the Documentary category of the PX3 Awards in France.

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