I am a photographic artist based in Albury (NSW, Australia). My interests are in cultural documentary photography using both standard and TTV imagery.
My exhibitions currently showing are LightLines, shown at the Lane Gallery, Albury LibraryMuseum, Albury, Australia, and Solitude Recaptured, showing at the March Field Museum, Riverside, CA, USA.
For past and future exhibitions, please see the exhibitions section of my website...
Find me at: http://www.ausphoto.net
- +JPG+ since August 2009
- *9 hot photos
26 Mar 2011 — 3386 views
The 2011 State Election of New South Wales (Australia) rewrote the political landscape. This essay covers the day in the rural city of Albury.
11 Oct 2009 — 3952 views
"I Mark my Territory" is a piece of graffiti inscribed in the Japanese Lighthouse on Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Micronesia
15 Sep 2009 — 2294 views
A visual exploration of the the humble coffee bean
30 Aug 2009 — 2017 views
Weaving Our Map explores through dance their connections in Oceania
26 Aug 2009 — 3106 views
Inspired by the Space Race between the (then) Soviet Union and the U.S.A., futuristic architecture was en vogue in the late 1950s...
24 Aug 2009 — 1708 views
Through our eyes as photographers we shape the visions of our audience and subliminally influence their perception of the world.
26 Jun 2009 — 14360 views
Nature conquers man: Australia has been in the grip of a prolonged drought wreaking havoc on rural areas
4 Apr 2009 — 5288 views
A cohesive series of images in response to the lemon challenge
1 Feb 2009 — 3486 views
A set of TTV (through-the viewfinder) close-up images of seagulls fighting over a bread bun
22 Jan 2009 — 4203 views
TTV (through-the-viewfinder) is a technique commonly used for art(istic) photography. But it can play a serious role in architectural documentation and imagery.
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