Belinda’s work is primarily about people. A visual artist working in photography and aerosol art, her work is fundamentally intended to have a positive impact on humanity and the world. As well as working on public and / or street art commissions, or in the studio, she has worked on collaborative projects with artists of different disciplines including visual, light installation, digital and street artists, architects, and other design professionals.
While her stencil art studio paintings are rockstars or fictional characters such as super heroine self-portraits and elemental goddesses, her photographic work reflects an interest in humanity and the lives of real people, social, political and community consciousness, happiness, emotion and beauty.
Her street and public artworks can be seen in suburbs around Adelaide. Her studio painted works and photography are in private collections around Australia. She has exhibited her work through numerous group, solo and art prize exhibitions both locally and interstate.
Her photography has been awarded honourable mentions and nominations in international photography prizes and is published through an online journal and Photoforum's 'Best Photography 2017' and 'Best of College & High School Photography' hard cover art books.
Belinda is currently based in Melbourne, Victoria and Tokyo, Japan.