Cait Miers

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Cait Miers Photographer

Cait Miers is a surf photographer originally from the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, and currently based in Byron Bay, NSW.

Having completed a Bachelor of Photography at Melbourne’s RMIT University in 2014, her unique and authentic approach to photography has seen her working with clients from all over the world. She’s one of the leading women’s surf photographers in the industry, and that was her dream right from the start. Her goal is to inspire elegance and femininity in women’s surfing, and continue to shoot people and places from all walks of life!

Cait’s fashion based work has grown rapidly over the past few years, and she is passionate about conceptualising her clients vision and bringing it to life, with her own twist of course. Recently working with high profile clients such as WSL, Roxy, Billabong, Cotton On, Teva, Contiki, Canon, FCS and Lululemon, as well as travel tourism bodies in the Northern Territory, WA and Victoria, Cait is dedicated to following her passion covering a diverse range of stories through her photography.

“I want to inspire women. That’s my main goal. To be brave, to chase their dreams, to live life to the full. It’s not just about photography, but the stories behind the image, the tougher moments, the travel, the lifestyle. I want my images to make you feel something, anything.”

With a healthy following on Instagram, she’s continuing to expand her client base, traveling and shooting passion projects that don’t stem too far away from the water!

Flotsam: (Surf) Girls On Film
2023 film panel photography

Flotsam: (Surf) Girls On Film

Sun, May 7

6:00 pm — 8:30 pm

Tom Atkin Hall

Flotsam International Masters Of Surf Launch
2024 exhibition music panel

Flotsam International Masters Of Surf Launch

Fri, May 3

1:00 pm — 5:00 pm

Kirra Beach House

Flotsam International Masters of Surf Exhibition
free event
2024 exhibition

Flotsam International Masters of Surf Exhibition

Tue, May 7

9:00 am — 4:00 pm

Kirra Hill Community and Cultural Centre