Bronwyn Kidd's photography is characterised by an unyielding dedication to elegance, precision and timelessness. Kidd has created award-winning campaigns for Covergirl, advertising for L'Oreal and Olay, and has portraits held in permanent collection in the National Portrait Gallery London.

Kidd studied photography at the prestigious Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology before heading to London, where she landed assisting roles with celebrated British photographer Clive Arrowsmith and with fellow Australian portraitist Polly Borland.

At 23, Kidd fell into the arms of the Queens Couturier Sir Hardy Amies, where she shot exclusively for his Savile Row seasonal collections and advertising using famed British model Paula Hamilton.

Kidd's work maximises the utility of the camera and has a strong emphasis on the brilliance of creating light. 

With a career spanning over 20 years, Kidd is a modern portraitist.