This is year shaping up to be a promising one on many fronts. I am having a solo show that opens on the 9th of February 2018, and runs for a month. The show is titled ‘The natural, the constructed & the in-between’. It is being displayed at Sunshine Art Spaces, 2 City Place Sunshine,… Continue reading A look at the year ahead!
My most recent project where I worked with SBS, the CCP and Brimbank council has almost reached its conclusion. I spent several weeks photographing in and around Sunshine. I have to thank PIC photographic imaging college for the loan of the digital hardware needed to complete this project. All in all I shot about 554… Continue reading Almost complete project!
Recently I entered into and was selected to participate in a series of workshops run by SBS, & the CCP, in conjunction with Brimbank council on a photo documentary project about Sunshine. Coincidentally I decided to undertake some professional development using a professional level medium format digital camera. Combining both seemed natural so I’m out… Continue reading More Announcements!
British Watchtowers, by Donovan Wylie, with an essay by, Loiuse Pubrick pub. Steidel 176 pages Hardback / Clothbound in slipcase 29.5 x 23 cm English ISBN 978-3-86930-782-4 1. Edition 11/2014 Printing is of the standard one would expect form Steidl. The slip case is pale grey and the books have dust jackets spines that tonally… Continue reading Photobook Review
Recently I was fortunate to spend some time with my friend Gary, I was helping him edit his forthcoming book. We also had time to get out and try and make some pictures, we succeeded in scoping location at the least, and we also talked of many ideas about art and photography. One idea that is… Continue reading Australian Topographics
On Monday we experienced a rare but not unusual weather incident that was conducive to conditions that allowed fog. While this fog happens several times a year in Melbourne it rarely happens at a time when I can stop and make images with it. This week was an exception as I made an effort to stop on… Continue reading Diversions & Distractions II