After graduating from a TAFE
photography course in 2004, Quilty undertook an informal internship
at Fairfax Media
which led to full-time employment.
Quilty left Fairfax in 2010 and became a freelance photographer in Sydney
, before he relocated to New York
In 2013, Quilty visited Afghanistan where he says he discovered his "bonafide purpose and fulfilment" in his work, deciding to be permanently based in Kabul.
Throughout his career, Quilty's photography has been recognised with a number of awards.
- ^ Reynolds, Emma (16 April 2015) Australian photographer captures faces of Afghanistan's starving children, news.com.au, News Corp Australia. Retrieved 10 April 2019.
- ^ Adams, Phillip (21 March 2019) Andrew Quilty on life in Afghanistan, Late Night Live, Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 10 April 2019.
- ^ a b c d About Andrew Quilty, Andrew Quilty website. Retrieved 10 April 2019.
- ^ Dwyer, Genevieve (12 August 2016) What makes a photographer pack up his life and relocate to Afghanistan, SBS Life, Special Broadcasting Service. Retrieved 10 April 2019.
- ^ Harris, Julia (20 June 2008) Outback photo on world stage, ABC North West Queensland, Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 10 April 2019.
- ^ (2 December 2016) Walkley Awards: Andrew Quilty wins gold for photo of Kundaz hospital bombing aftermath, ABC News, Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 10 April 2019.
- ^ Zwartz, Henry (5 December 2016) Photojournalist Andrew Quilty on story behind his Walkley Award winning image, The Sydney Morning Herald, Nine Entertainment Co.. Retrieved 10 April 2019.
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