At the age of 19 Sue Ford was one of only two women enrolled in the photography course at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). It was 1962 and in Melbourne the social and political rumblings of that decade were only rumours of what was to come. Conservatism was the order of the day.
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