Air Bare is the creative collaboration of mother and daughter duo, Sarah and Lucy Jenkins who are excited to show you their colourful, eye-catching, unique, quizzical and quirky photographic images that enables you to see the world from an entirely different perspective.

Minimalism in photography peels away the distractions and allows the eye to focus on the basic composition of the image.

Lucy is an architectural graduate working with world-renowned firm Foster + Partners in London, and Sarah is an artist, currently living in Fremantle. Sarah is confined to a wheelchair as she has muscular dystrophy and can’t operate a conventional camera, however she is able to operate the drone with its remote control sitting in her lap. Together they have become a multiple award winning and globally recognised team who share a passion for minimalism.

The exhibition will support Neuromuscular WA with a raffled print to be drawn at the conclusion of the exhibition.


Air Bare is the award-winning mother and daughter aerial photography team of Sarah and Lucy Jenkins. Established in 2020, they took to the skies to stretch their creative wings to produce eye catching, colourful, quirky, unique and sometimes quizzical images from above using drone technology. Lucy is an architectural graduate working at world-renowned London firm, Foster + Partners, and Sarah is an artist. They have achieved international recognition from the US to Germany and beyond, having won awards and have been published in high-end coffee table books and calendars. They were the recipients of Capture Magazine’s Australasia’s Top Emerging Photography Award in the Single Shot category in 2021.