Liza Moscatelli acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, the Dharug (Darug) people of the Eora Nation (currently known as Sydney), in which she works, studies and creates on and their Elders past and present. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.
Liza Moscatelli is a creative/ photographer, social work researcher and tutor at Western Sydney University. As a photographer she captures the human spirit in various contexts locally and globally at events, concerts and portrait. Her creative work spans across photography, video, graphic design, illustration and a stint in murals. She has a background in youth and community development and engagement, particularly with Culturally & Linguistically Diverse youth and communities–youth work, cultural events, community-arts and digital literacy). She recently transitioned into academia researching refugee youth & teaches social work at Western Sydney University.
In 2013 on International Womens Day she was awarded the Young Chifley Woman of the Year Award for her work with young people. That same year she was awarded as a finalist for her video at the NSW Nurses & Midwifery Association's Short Film Festival. She is passionate about personal & professional development, mentoring, teaching & learning from others through sharing experiences & knowledge. She views design, photography and film as a way of visually communicating one's ideas, values, emotions, experiences and documenting current affairs to promote diversity & raise awareness of social issues. She brings her creative skills into her community work designing promotional materials, documenting events & sharing her knowledge and skills through facilitating photography and design workshops with the community and colleagues.
"The beauty of art is that there are no limitations - no right or wrong. There is freedom to express oneself, to tell a story, experiment, imagine the 'impossible', explore new and big ideas and produce transparent, meaningful and appealing work that one can relate to."
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