Emma Pegrum is an Australian writer and photographer. Her work explores contemporary identities and human story, with undercurrents of race, gender and class politics ever present. She grew up on a farm in Kondinin, a small wheatbelt town in Western Australia, and is particularly interested in the perceptions that exist between rural and urban Australians, and themes of shame, pride and guilt. Her written work and photography has been featured in print in Fabric Quarterly, Australian Traveller and Sceen'ry Magazine and online for Broadsheet Media.
Emma also works as a digital content specialist, copywriter, editor and photographer for brands and businesses. She has worked with a diverse range of clients including Pretty-Soon, Museum of Freedom & Tolerance, L.A.S. Vino, the Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association and Tourism Australia. Her work is narrative-driven, with an emphasis on documenting and creating insightful and compelling written and visual stories.