Most of us have a family portrait - a moment in time frozen forever staring down at you from your parents' wall. And even though they're invariably dated and often awkward - there's still something... 'nice' about them.
In Nice and Snappy, Myf embarks on a journey to examine more closely these often overlooked loungeroom staples. Along the way she talks to one of the world's most renowned portrait photographers, Douglas Kirkland; sits for a school photo; and attempts to track down the man who took her family portrait 35 years ago. Can she coax him out of retirement to photograph her family once more?
Also features interviews with comedian and friend Adam Hills; assistant curator at the National Portrait Gallery, Joanna Gilmour; photographer Stephen Dupont; school photographer Tim Miller; and Myf's big brother, Kit.
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