Dianna Wells is a Melbourne based photographic artist and has also been the owner and director of a graphic design company for more than twenty years. She has exhibited two solo exhibitions of fine art photography ‘On Edge’ (2012) and ‘Suburban Geometric’ (2014), exploring themes related to the intersection of the natural landscape, and human intervention on the urban edge of Australian cities. Wells is interested in the conditions of change and the impacts of these changes, specifically within boundaries between urban and rural transitions and more recently in inner city Melbourne.
She is currently developing a body of work titled ‘Primitive Settlers’ exploring introduced species growing wild in bush land environments. She is also working on the project, ‘Boundaries’, in which she and writer Sophie Cunningham are walking and documenting the 70-kilometre boundary of the City of Melbourne.