Fiona Margaret Hall is an Australian artistic photographer and sculptor from Sydney. She first exhibited photographs as part of the Thoughts and Images: An Exploratory Exhibition of Australian Student Photography group exhibition in 1974 and graduated from East Sydney Technical School in 1975.
In 1976 Hall journeyed to Europe, residing in England for two years and working as an assistant for the renowned Fay Godwin. She mounted her first solo exhibition in 1977 at London's Creative Camera Gallery.
In the 1980s, Hall returned to Australia, producing seven exhibitions and several notable series. In the 1990s, the National Gallery of Australia took a keen interest in Hall's work; buying several pieces and hosting an immensely popular exhibition titled The Garden of Earthly Delights: The Art of Fiona Hall which ran for four months over 1992–1993.
Hall worked at the University of South Australia, and the Canberra School of Art as the Australian National University Creative Arts Fellow, first in London at the London Visual Arts/Crafts Board studio, then back in Australia as the Artist in Residence at Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens. Come 1999, she finally settled for an Asialink Lunugunga Residency in Sri Lanka.
Hall won the prestigious Contempora 5 Art Award at the National Gallery of Australia in 1997. She was appointed to the Advisory Council of the Australian National University's Centre for the Mind in 1998.