Woodrow Wilson is a Melbourne based commercial photographer, entrepreneur and lecturer.
Based in Melbourne, Australia and originally from South Africa, Woodrow has travelled extensively and has been commissioned by international magazines such as Vogue, Cosmopolitan and Condé Nast Traveller.
Woodrow has been an ambassador Nikon and Leica Germany.
Being self-taught, he has developed a versatile photographic style covering reportage, fashion and portraiture. This flexibility has allowed him to garner a multitude of international clients, engaging subjects and students. A near death experience of an avalanche in New Zealand in 2014 dramatically shifted his attention away from commercial work and into documentary. He has been commissioned to document in India, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Samoa, Mongolia, Australia and most recently Papua New Guinea.
Woodrow’s attaction to share the challenges faced in the third world comes from a moral responsibility he feels we all have - to help those who deserve equality.
He is a strong believer in human rights and is currently collaborating with several non-governmental organisations such as Stand up, Interplast, Rotary, Road to Refuge and Oaktree Foundation.