About Me 

Jacinta Keefe is a proud Wiradjuri woman, living and working in Naarm (Melbourne). She is a visual artist with a background in photography and a love of live music. 

Jacinta currently runs her own photography business with a focus on live music and events.

Up until February 2020, Jacinta helped run a local open mic night at Brunswick bar, Baxter’s Lot. Her roles included booking artists, creating the bars social media posts and photographing the fortnightly open mic night which quite often featured over 20 artists in a single evening. 

This role lead her to being nominated as Live Music Photographer of the year in 2019. Sadly, she didn’t win but is looking forward to the opportunities being nominated has given her.

Through her connection to culture and her strong photographic skills and abilities to think outside the box, Jacinta landed herself a job with Ngarrimili, a non for profit business consultancy job where she is able to engage with the community and put her creative skills to the test through helping facilitate workshops and creating content for social media use.


Selected Clients


Bad Apples Music

Barpirdhila Foundation 

The Melbourne Theatre Company

ILBIJERRI Theatre Company

Koorie Youth Council

Moreland City Council 

City of Yarra Council

Press Links

Melbourne Theatre Company -  Jacinta's Story 

NLMA Nomination  - Nominees 

Herald Sun - Choose Your VCE Subjects Wisely

Trocadero Art Space - The Spirits Still Walk Among the Hills 

SBS - Songhubs " speed dating for song writing"

Archer Magazine - First Nations Issue 13#

FilmNeverDie - Interview

Jacinta recently became registered with Supply Nation.

Jacinta also received Kinaway Certification this year. 

Jacinta is supported in her business endeavours by Ngarrimili. 

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work and we pay our respects to Elders past and present. We acknowledge the sorrow of the Stolen Generations and the impacts of colonisation on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We also recognise the resilience, strength and pride of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

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