Tito Ambyo

Tito's latest project, Re(lu)minescence, is a collaborative public art exhibition funded by the City of Moreland in Melbourne, Australia, that combines photography, poetry and journalism to explore and present the stories of Fawkner, a suburb in the north of Melbourne, through video projections, paste-ups and photographic installations.

His project on teaching journalistic research methods and skills through exploring family history with RMIT students, Fact Check Your Mother, won the Ossie Award for 'Most Innovative Journalism' in 2017.

Tito has also been longlisted by the Walkley for Innovation in Journalism for his project on immersive journalism, Storylab, and his manuscript for a novella, 'A Peci for Mamadou', was shortlisted for the inaugural Deborah Case Prize.