I’ve been using digital cameras now since about 1999. [I’ve been using cameras creatively since about 1987] of all shapes and sizes, and while the first few years were all a bit weird and mysterious I can now comfortably look back at my digital archive and see how my images how ‘improved’ as well as… Continue reading What has digital taught me?
This weekend at Federation square there was a Multicultural festival celebrating Buddha’s day. I wandered past on my way to the NGV Ian Potter centre and was compelled to make a couple of pictures.
We live in Melbourne’s West. About 10 kilometres from the city. We are fortunate to have a park at the end of our street, the park includes ovals for football and cricket, as well as a famous set of wheat silos. The silos have been featured in several TV ads for Insurance and the Womens… Continue reading My new obsession
I recently drove nearly four hours to visit an exhibition in Swan Hill. The exhibition entitled Mallee Routes is a 3 person show and I know two of the exhibitors in the show personally, Gary Sauer Thompson, and Gilbert Roe, the third Photographer was Eric Algar, who I have yet to meet. I am collaborating… Continue reading Road Trips & Psychogeography
As the weather and light here in Melbourne is putting on its best show I felt the need to wander up and down our street and make some pictures. Our street runs East/West. Which means the odd numbered houses all face North. Some of these houses are more interesting than to me than others. So… Continue reading All the odd numbered houses in my street that face North & seemed interesting; on Sunday.
This weekend is the annual Melbourne Art Book Fair, agin this year I will be behind a table along with my fellow Photobook makers. I’m actually sitting the stand on Friday the 16th for the first session from about 9:30 onwards until 1:30, and the end of the session on the Sunday time to be… Continue reading Melbourne Art Book Fair