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Casey Moore is a British / NZ photographer based in London and Melbourne. 

Born in Invercargill, New Zealand, but raised from the age of three in Switzerland and later London, Moore’s work explores narratives tied to the natural world, pattern and connectivity.

This narrative is present across all of Moore’s work. Each composition - whether shot in the wilds of New Zealand, the Austrian Alps, or the rolling hills of the UK - is positioned with a careful, and exacting consideration of place. Through his lens, the photographer extracts pinpoint detail to build images bursting with the weight of their parts. Just as eighteenth and nineteenth century painters searched for the sublime, as did so many of the pioneering photographers like Carlton Watkins and Ansel Adams, Moore’s compositions capture the epic enormity of nature with a precision that is almost surreal and in turn, create a sense of the sublime that is unparalleled.

I've always been drawn to looking at the world through a lens. It's like visiting another dimension. I feel that childlike fascination every time I look through my camera. By making my prints by hand as large as possible, I want to reconnect with that child in me that saw wonder everywhere. Quantum physics tells us that at the level of energy everything is connected, and I explore this through my photographs, making a bridge between the empirical and spiritual. Through enlarging and bringing to life the world up close, I can see that everything at one level or another, is linked- Casey Moore

Educated at Edinburgh University with a Masters in Psychology, Moore is self taught and prints large scale by hand in his darkroom in Melbourne, Australia. A strong physical connection to materials and chemistry also therefore runs through his practice. Moore will often use analog methods for capturing and printing his photographs, and then massages the large-scale prints by hand through chemical baths. This physicality has become integral to his work, and is reflected in the bodily experience of viewing his photographs.

Moore is represented by FHE Galleries in New Zealand and Carrie Scott and Partners in the UK. He has exhibited internationally and his work is housed in private collections in the UK, NZ, Australia, US, Russia and Europe.


Feb 2024 - Solo Show - North Coast Asylum
Feb 2024 - Group Show - Beauty and Terror - Partnership Editions
Sept 2023 - Group Show - Felt Collections - Collection 04
Aug 2023 - Group Show - Winter - FHE
Jun 2023 - Catherine Ko Chen & Casey Moore - North Coast Asylum
May 2023 - Group Show - Felt Collections at Stubbs Studio
Dec 2022 - Group Show - FHE 
Nov 2022 - Aotearoa Art Fair - FHE
Apr 2022 - Group Show - Sensational Beings - Felt Collections
Apr 2022 - Group Show - 67 Colours - North Coast Asylum
Mar 2022 - Group Show - Auckland Art Fair Revisited - FHE 
Jul 2021 - Affordable Art Fair - Carrie Scott and Partners
Jun 2021 - Group Show - Always, somewhere, there’s a river singing - FHE 
Oct 2020 - Brighton Fringe - Ghost in the Machine
Jul 2020 - Group Show - Impassioned - FHE
Dec 2019 - Group Show - 19/20 - FHE
May 2019 - Group Show - Venture - FHE
Feb 2019 - Group Show - Curated II - FHE
Jun 2018 - FHE - Elements of Beauty
May 2018 - Auckland Art Fair - FHE Group Show
Mar 2018 - Group Show - FHE - Karakter
Feb 2018 - Group Show - Passenger - Perera-Picco Arstpace, Adelaide
Dec 2017 - Group Show - Hokusai Says - FHE
May 2016 - Auckland Art Fair - FHE Group Show
Apr 2016 - Group Show - I Come From Under The Earth - FHE
Feb 2016 - Group Show - Aether - Jarvis Dooney Gallery Berlin
Nov 2015 - Group Show - Vivian Gallery Auckland - You've Got Mail
Sept 2015 - Group Showcase - NZ-UK Link Foundation - Gherkin London
May 2015 - Group Show - FHE - Art Up
Mar 2015 - Solo Show - Mother London - Collision
May 2014 - Solo Show FHE - Camera Ephemera
Mar 2014 - Group Show FHE - Kaba Ko
Jan 2014 - Group Show FHE - Seven Wishes
Oct 2013 - Group Show FHE - Path Upon The Air
Aug 2013 - Auckland Art Fair
Feb 2013 - Solo Show FHE - Anostostimatidae and Friends

Casey Moore 2024