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About lucinda

Lucinda Goodwin is a household name in the Australian music industry and a family favourite in the Geelong music scene.

From a spark ignited at Falls Festival in 2010, to being a photo pit resident at our biggest venues and festivals, Lucinda has spent a decade developing both her craft and illustrious career. Following the completion of a Cert 4 / Diploma in Photoimaging in 2011/2012 (NMIT/Melbourne Polytechnic), Goodwin specialised in live music photography and portrait work, capturing the euphoria of the stage, uncovering the opaque nature of backstage, and magnifying musician identity.  

Her photo albums are the ultimate name-drop, littered with famous faces having photographed music royalty Sir Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Foo Fighters, Fleetwood Mac, Lauryn Hill, Liam Gallagher, Molly Meldrum, and punk’s godfather Iggy Pop. She has also snapped Gang of Youths, Good Charlotte, The Kooks, Yungblud, Katy Perry, Seal, Flume, Charlie XCX, Foster The People, Sia, and most recently The Offspring, Sum 41, Paul Kelly, Glass Animals, Northlane, Vera Blue, Human Nature, Boy and Bear. Her Doc Martens regularly tread through the dusty pits of Bluesfest, Queenscliff Music Festival, Splendour in the Grass, Golden Plains, Meredith Music Festival, and Lost Lands, swapping to something more sophisticated on the red carpet of the ARIA Awards. 

With a crisp and warm signature style that runs parallel to her effervescent personality, Lucinda’s works have been at the forefront of presenting the Australian music narrative through national and international publication features in The Music, Moshcam, Forté Magazine, Beat Magazine, Music Insight, and Casual Band Blogger amongst a long list of others. It’s no wonder given her ability to capture the pure emotion, energy and sweat of a live show in its entirety, but to also elevate the moment through her attention to detail as recognised during the Moshcam Photo Awards in 2018 and with works included in the "Number one | Gudinski" Ballarat Foto Biennale Core Program (2022).


Topping the Beat Magazine list of Five Females to Know in the Australian Music Industry in 2020, the magic-capturer has continued to make long strides on a national scale and within her local community, working with emerging artists to build their image across press and portrait work.
n 2023 Lucinda gained public recognition by being nominated as a Finalist in the Australian WOmen In Music Awards Photography Category for Music Photography, and receiving the 2023 Ross Lipson Award for 2023 which recognises and celebrates creative women in the Geelong region who contribute significantly to the local music scene.

During the Covid shutdown of 2020, Goodwin further sought to support her scene by establishing Music From The Burbs, which saw her explore a new medium of video, capturing performances from local musicians in their home setting.

Goodwin has recently produced a solo show Retrospect 001 @ Platform Arts that featured over 250 works from her 13 year career, The biggest collection of work exhibited by her to date.



The Music              

Beat Magazine          

Forte Magazine                   
The Dwarf 

Casual Band Blogger 

little boom music

the orange press

chaos cartel

audio collective

music insight 

from the barrier

Oxygen College

Musik Cube (94.7 the pulse)

Parlour gigs

arow agency

riot expert





by the pier



Unified music group

the workers club geelong

rob thomas

club yorke

the barwon club

from the barrier

eargasm earplugs

City of greater geelong

Boy & Bear


Rolling stone Australia

The Offspring





  • IWD keynote speaker Sopotimist International Geelong IWD Breakfast @ GMHBA Stadium

  • Geelong photographic portrait prize @ hue & Cry Gallery (group show)


  • 2023 Ross Lipson Award

  • Live! An exhibtion of live music photography @ medusa bar (solo Show)

  • finalist 2023 Australian women in music awards music photographer

  • Retrospect 001 @ Platform arts, geelong (solo show)


  • number one | gudinski, ballarat international foto biennale core program, ballarat mechanics institute (group show)

  • 30x30 group exhibition, the space gallery & workshops, geelong (group show)

  • after walter hopps @ platform arts (group show)


  • 'See the Music', Focal Point Gallery, Geelong (Group show)

  • 'music is alive' , Melbourne music week (group show)


  • 'Music Seen', Lord Gladstone Hotel, Sydney (Group show)

  • 'See the Music', Focal Point Gallery, Geelong (Group show)


  • moshcam photography awards, gaffa gallery, sydney (Group show)

  • Courthouse youth arts alumni showcase (Group show)


  • 'encore' @ little creatures, Geelong (solo show)


  • 'Patron to pit', courthouse youth arts (solo show)


  • 'Scope' raw Melbourne showcase, Melbourne Pavillion (group show)

  • 'anterior' nmit/melbourne polytechnic alumni exhibition (Group show)

  • raw melbounre photographer of the year


  • 'take a bow', ballarat international foto biennale (Group show)

  • 'tinta' nmit graduate exhibition, chapel off chapel (Group show)

  • qantas 'spirit of youth awards' finalist


  • 'illumination' courthouse/light up geelong project (group show)

  • 'peel your eyes', old dimmies building, geelong (Group show)


  • high tide festival (solo showcase)

  • qantas 'spirit of youth awards' finalist

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