Greer Versteeg is a fine art photographer who has also worked in documentary, theatre and live performance photography. She has exhibited and had work published in Australia, the US and Québec, Canada. Though she greatly admires contemporary photographers such as Francesca Woodman, Saul Leiter, Lina Scheynius and Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison, she is more likely to be found gazing at paintings than at photographs. Greer lives and works as a photographer and designer in Canberra with her three-legged Great Dane, a fridge full of peel-apart film and a small, evil cat.


Solo Exhibitions

2015, Bird. Fish. Bone, BSA Project Space, Mullumbimby, NSW
2015, Ghosts in the Scheme, Canberra Theatre Centre, ACT
2012, The Dew Point , Manning Clark House, Canberra, ACT
2009, Works, Satis, Canberra, ACT

Joint/Group Exhibitions

2019, Two works, one Highly Commended in the Maggie Diaz Photography Prize Finalists Exhibition, Brightspace Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2019, The Way We Were, BSA Project Space, Mullumbimby, NSW
2015, Fairfield Farewell Exhibition, Photonet Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2013, WINDOW (A Window on the World), Photonet Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2012, Washi, Photonet Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2012, Branches of Olive, Photonet Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2011, A small conversation, with Karine Léger, Le Barbare, Montréal, Canada
2011, The Sketchbook Project, Brooklyn Library, Brooklyn, NY, US
2010, Some quiet advice, curated by Gabriel Jesiolowski, Ithaca, NY, US
2009, The 3rd Person (La 3ème Personne), with Frédéric Chabot, ADFA Academic Library, Canberra, ACT
2009, Never Let Me Down, video installation. Norman Felix Gallery, Toronto, Canada


2015, Cover: Ballarat International Foto Biennale - Collection 2015
2014, Beta – Developments in Photography, Issue 11
2010, Literacy Head, Journaling Issue – online publication
2008, Das Goetheanum, Switzerland
2008, Cover: The Daughters of Moab, Kim Westwood, Harper Collins
2008, Canberra Photographers, B. Reardon, Canberra, ACT
2007,, online magazine
2006, Scribbly Gum, Abigail Thomas, ABC books

Works held in private collections in Canada, the United States, The Netherlands and Australia.