Although a New York City native, since 2001 she has made her home at the coastal beach of Anna Bay, New South Wales, Australia.
Her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows.
The photo, “The Long Wave Goodbye” is featured in the printed catalogue & on display in the major group exhibition of Finalists in the inaugural Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize, 2007 which toured Australia for twelve months.
She won The Judge’s Award for her photo in the CLIP (Contemporary Landscape in Photography) Prize – an exhibition of 30 photographers adjudicated into the Centre for Photography’s, Perth exhibition.
April 2013, she is currently short-listed for a prestigious photo prize exhibition… (will update when it is announced in the press).
High-speed net — Higher-res slideshow: http://tinyurl.com/6on5ase
or youtube version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0K7tH_GfDKs
http://www.zuperquirk.org (ZuperQuirk is an international photography collective)
Concurrently, Didi co-writes novels and screenplays for Hollywood in cahoots with her Aussie partner, Phil Gilson: