Dianna Snape

Dianna Snape is a Melbourne based photographer specialising in Architecture, interior and landscape photography. Her work features regularly in leading architectural and design magazines both nationally and internationally. She is a graduate of RMIT’s BA (Photography) (Honours) course with over 20 years experience in the field. Dianna’s first book released in November 2021, a collaboration […]

Dianna Snape is a Melbourne based photographer specialising in Architecture, interior and landscape photography. Her work features regularly in leading architectural and design magazines both nationally and internationally. She is a graduate of RMIT’s BA (Photography) (Honours) course with over 20 years experience in the field. Dianna’s first book released in November 2021, a collaboration with writer Jan Henderson exploring through architecture how people define what home is. Published by Thames & Hudson, ‘Architecture at the Heart of the Home’ is a stand apart authoritative compendium celebrating the best of Australia’s latest home designs across its six States featuring homes from the country’s finest established and emerging architects. In 2022 Dianna was voted one of the ‘100 Most Inspiring Architectural Photographers’ by LOOP Design Awards. Dianna held her first solo exhibition ‘Lines & Tangles’ in 2019 featuring limited edition aerial abstractions of the Tarangire National Park in Tanzania. The exhibition was a huge success and all profits were donated to vulnerable communities in Tanzania. In a voluntary capacity, Dianna is a co-founder and President of the Image Makers Association Australia which represents Australian professional and emerging photographers through education and industry connection.