Jaimi Joy Chisholm is originally from the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria and is now based in Sydney, Australia.
Having grown up living sport, her progression from being an elite athlete into a Sports Photographer happened since representing Australia in the World U/23 Triathlon Championships at age 18. Combining her creativity with that added element of insight into her subjects shows in both her photojournalism and client work.
Jaimi has a Diploma of Photo Imaging from RMIT University Design TAFE in Melbourne and is a recipient of Australia’s Top Emerging Sports Photographer award.
After spending time after TAFE predominantly photography assisting, In 2016 Jaimi spent time photographing in the US building her portfolio in Adventure Photography. Jaimi is currently producing personal work in this area, exploring projects around gender balance of women in sport and the outdoors.
More recently, Jaimi covered the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and was published on the front cover of the New York Times. She is currently freelancing, also photographing portraits and entertainment along with her love of the outdoors, sport, rock climbing and coffee.
2019: New York Times, CNN, The Guardian, Daily Mail UK, ABC News, Sky Sailor, Good Material Magazine
2018: ‘Transience’ Solo Exhibition, Melbourne.