Pete Walsh
Snorkeling with a Maori Wrasse – Great Barrier Reef 2010

Pete Walsh has a diverse and busy background including photographer, researcher, musician, sound engineer and software developer. He currently spends his time working in marine research and following his passion for photography.

With a particular interest in wilderness/landscape photography, Pete strives to include a message of conservation and care for the environment and collaborates regularly on conservation projects and with scientists working in environmental research.


  • Nature Photographers Tasmania (Key Gallery, Hobart, 2008)
  • Three Valleys (Wilderness Gallery, Cradle Mountain, 2009)
  • Vale of Belvior (Wilderness Gallery, Cradle Mountain, 2010)
  • Affinities (Maquarie University Art Gallery, Sydney, 2014)
  • Vanishing Point (Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, Hobart, 2015)
  • Tarkine in Motion (Long Gallery, Hobart, 2017)
  • Vanishing Point – Unseen (Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, Hobart, 2017)
  • Tarkine in Motion (Long Gallery, Hobart, 2018)
  • Vanishing Point (Carnegie Gallery, Maritime Museum of Tasmania, 2018)
  • Vanishing Point (Makers’ Space, Makers Workshop, Burnie, 2018)