Sarah Walker is a writer, artist and photographer. She makes work about anxiety, control and intimacy in text, video and immersive audio across Australia and internationally. She is a Walkley-nominated essayist and critic. Her debut essay collection, The First Time I Thought I Was Dying, won the 2021 Quentin Bryce Award. She is also one of Australia’s most experienced arts photographers. She lives on Wadawurrung country in Geelong, where she surfs (badly) and gardens (also badly).
Catch Sarah in the session on Writing Health and Advocacy, with Grace Williams and Deborah Thompson.