Brett Hilder

Born in Sydney, Hilder has always been attracted to the exotic: the 1959 Brazilian classic, Black Orpheus, was the first film that influenced him. In 1969 he set up his own studio and became one of the most innovative fashion photographers of the time, working in Paris and Sydney. He took portraits of prominent identities and actors with the Sydney Theatre Company. Recently his photography has shifted more towards a romantic theme, suggesting the viewer has happened upon a scene in a film.

Brett Hilder - Italian Girl (Como Fue), A Story of Tina Modotti. A film [by Brett Hilder]. Print made Hill End 2002.

Brett Hilder –  Italian Girl (« Como Fue »), A Story of Tina Modotti. A film [by Brett Hilder]. Print made Hill End 2002.

Brett Hilder -Reflected Kimono, 1998-2003. Toned silver gelatin print

Brett Hilder -Reflected Kimono, 1998-2003. Toned silver gelatin print

Brett Hilder - Indian Rug (New Mexico), 1997

Brett Hilder – Indian Rug (New Mexico), 1997

rett Hilder -Roses (Como Fue), 1996-2002. Toned silver gelatin print

rett Hilder -Roses (Como Fue), 1996-2002. Toned silver gelatin print

Brett Hilder – Soft Shoulder 1996

Brett Hilder – Soft Shoulder 1996

Brett Hilder - Action, 1976. Vintage silver gelatin print

Brett Hilder – Action, 1976. Vintage silver gelatin print

Brett Hilder -Deco Badge II, 1972. Vintage silver gelatin print

Brett Hilder -Deco Badge II, 1972. Vintage silver gelatin print

Brett Hilder - Strobe II 1970

Brett Hilder – Strobe II 1970

 

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