An article about me in Tonic Magazine

My friend Sue Williams wrote a story about me for Tonic Magazine it's called My Career In 7 Pictures.

Lorrie Graham pioneered the way for women photographers in Australia. To celebrate World Photography Day, the celebrated photo-journalist talks us through her career, so far, in pictures. You can read the full article here.

The image above was taken when I started my cadetship at the Sydney Morning Herald in 1975

The Tonic magazine is definitely worth having a look at...this is what the write about themselves.

About Us

We met in the early ’90s at Dolly magazine, where we earned the trust of our readers by telling it as it was. Add 30 years, and we now have a lot more to share.

Between us, we have buried parents and had children, explored all kinds of relationships, hit personal highs, run away, launched businesses, gone back to basics, loved, lost and experienced the consequences.

We have launched Tonic as a lighthouse where like-minded women can find information, inspiration and conversation. Just as we did at Dolly, we base our approach on inclusiveness and mutual support – only this time, we are older, wiser and better.

We are Generation Visible, the women over 45 who refuse to fade away and who call it as they see it. We believe women should feel honoured, valued and recognised. Please join us as we tackle mid-life with honesty, humility and hilarity.

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Comments 5

  1. So happy we met in the street with your camera :). Such a fresh face ,reminds me of Dolly magazine from the 70’s Kerry x

  2. Terrific article and as always images. I know I am justifiably biased but Lorrie really is the most extraordinary woman I have met. Bravo

  3. Tonic’s vision to tackle midlife with “honesty, humility and hilarity” is a fitting description of the Lorrie I know. Hope you’re still chasing copyright payment from PK!

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