Ninti Media's photos reflect the spirit of Australia's indigenous lands and the colourful culture of its people. Amy Pysden has worked as a professional studio, wildlife, news and sports photographer. Her images have been published in the beautiful hardback book Tjanpi Desert Weavers by NPY Women's Council as well as numerous Australian newspapers, magazines and websites.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of Ninti Media's photography projects with indigenous youth was The Spirit of Pipalyatjara and Kalka Through The Lens. Six young indigenous women from Central Australia showcased their images of culture and country at an Adelaide Fringe Festival photography exhibition in March 2015. The project raised over $4000 through Kickstarter, which facilitated a special trip for the students to Barunga Festival in 2014. Learn more about this special project and view a slideshow of the images here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please contact us if you would like access to Ninti Media's full gallery of images. Individual photos are available for sale.  

Wild horse
Wild horse

Pipalyatjara, APY Lands

Sunset
Sunset

Kalka, APY Lands

Taking the field
Taking the field

Pipalyatjara Lions Football Club, APY Lands

Dingo
Dingo

Pipalyatjara, APY Lands

Community life
Community life

Wingellina, Ngaanyatjarra Lands

Sunrise
Sunrise

Palm Valley, NT

Pride and passion
Pride and passion

Pipalyatjara Lions Football Club

Wild flowers
Wild flowers

Pipalyatjara, APY Lands

Cooking kangaroo tail
Cooking kangaroo tail

APY Lands