Olivia Senior is a photographer, journalist and content producer living and working in Walyalup (Fremantle), WA, across a variety of editorial platforms and projects. 

Olivia’s photographic practice explores the body, using her own as a catalyst. She meditates on recurring themes of masculinity, family and friendship. With a background in journalism, she is naturally drawn to people and their stories, which has greatly influenced her career. With over six years of experience in freelance photography, she has produced cover photos for NME Magazine and STM Magazine. She has been commissioned by publications and platforms such as Marie Claire, The Australian, The Design Files, Urth Magazine, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) and Fremantle Biennale. She was approached to create album artwork for Stella Donnelley’s ‘Flood’ and for the upcoming ‘Under The Light’ album by San Cisco.

Her photographs have also been featured on the Guardian, Boys By Girls, and To Be Magazine. She maintains ongoing relationships with clients like The Farm Margaret River, Jordy Hewitt and Olive Gill-Hille.

Throughout her six years experince in journalism, Olivia has interviewed international musicians for local publications and covered events for The West Australian and STM Magazine. In 2022, The Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA) commissioned Olivia to write about each shortlisted artist for the Tom Malone prize. Currently, she works as a writer for the Seven West MINT native content studio where she crafts branded stories for PerthNow and The West Australian.