Aletheia Casey is an award-winning photographer based in Sydney and London, who is known for her stunning work in nature photography, and the portrayal of human relationships through them. Examples of her collections are The Dark Forgetting that explores Australia’s history, and Which Way is North? which describes a struggle with identity as a mother. She most often works with The Guardian, The Sunday Times Magazine, the Financial Times Magazine, and the BBC, and her awards range from winning The Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Emerging Photographer Award for the UK in 2015, and the Judge’s Commendation for the Iris Award at the Perth Centre for Photography. Notably, she is also known for being a co-founder of the Lumina Collective in 2017. This collective is a group of eight Australian photographers who use their work to reveal diverse stories and narratives within the Australian landscape.