Adrian Boddy became interested in photography at Melbourne University where he graduated as an architect in the 1970s. The seeds of still-imagery were sown by his father and grandfather —both of whom were commercial photographers. Subsequently Adrian taught architectural design and photography at universities in Lae, Papua New Guinea, Brisbane and Sydney, and in Wellington, New Zealand.
Adrian’s Research Masters Thesis: ‘Max Dupain and the Photography of Australian Architecture’, QUT, 1996, augmented his knowledge of the subject.
Adrian has also published many articles on photography including:
Adrian’s recent photography exhibitions include:
Adrian has been an active freelance photographer for more than thirty years. The focus of his work has expanded to include: landscape, portraits, graphic and product design — although architecture remains his preferred and passionate subject.