Bri Hammond is a photographer fascinated by the lives, living habits and spaces of creative people. Prior to her career in photography, she spent a year in Treviso, Italy working as a graphic designer at Benetton’s Creative Research Centre, Fabrica. Outside of photography, Bri spends her time dancing, singing in a choir and protesting feminist issues through the power of water ballet with her group The Clams.
Share housing into adulthood has its benefits – cheaper rent, shared household chores and a friendly face to share a cup of tea with. Bri Hammond takes us into six Melbourne share houses, whose occupants would not dream of renting alone.