Canon Ambassador Project Announced – The Dykes On Bikes: An Origin Story

Today, in partnership with Canon Australia, Kate Cornish launches her latest project; The Dykes On Bikes: An Origin Story.

A renowned cinematographer and Canon Ambassador, Kate’s latest project was created in collaboration with Steph Jowett and Tilly Robba. The Dykes On Bikes: An Origin Story offers an insight into the historic group in a documentary-style format, something that hasn’t been done since the Dykes On Bikes first rode in the 1988 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade.

Kate is the one of Canon Australia’s newly announced Ambassadors to release her own unique work. Other Ambassador’s include Jarrad Seng, James Simmons, Bonnie Cee, and Alisha Lovrich.

“This project is one that myself, Steph and Tilly are very proud. As members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and a member of The Dykes on Bikes, it’s important to showcase the group’s history outside of its presence within Mardi Gras Parade, and the impact they’ve had over their 30+ year history.”

The Dykes On Bikes: An Origin Story, and more information surrounding the project, can be found here.

For more information on the Canon Ambassadors and to keep across their individual upcoming projects, see here. More information on the Dykes on Bikes is available here.


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