Australian photographer Robyn Beeche, renowned in London for her iconic 80s images, was celebrated for her ground-breaking photographs of painted bodies, and collaborations with counter-culture personalities Zandra Rhodes, Vivienne Westwood, Leigh Bowery and Divine.

 At the peak of her career, Beeche’s life was transformed when she experienced the Indian colour-throwing festival of Holi. In India, she found the living embodiment of the highly stylised and constructed photographs she had been making. She gave up her high-flyer London career for the life-changing move to India, and a new spiritual focus to her photography. 52 minutes