a fine art photographer originally from australia, currently based in london, my work varies from staged portraiture and self-portraiture inspired by light, colour, locations, characters, props and costumes, through to images recording my fascination with natural and urban landscapes and details, creatures, and death.
along with two solo exhibitions in melbourne, australia – ‘alternate worlds’ (2007) and ‘simulacrum’ (2010) – my work was shortlisted for the corangamarah art prize in 2008, 2009 and 2010; williamstown festival contemporary art prize 2010; and i was a finalist in the toyota community spirit artist travel award 2009.
from april to may 2011 i undertook a one month artist residency at hospitalfield in arbroath, scotland.
my work can regularly be seen in local and online group exhibitions and magazines.
i am available for portrait sessions and commissions. please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further information regarding my services.
most of my work is available for sale however some images are only available as limited edition signed and numbered prints from my website
if you see something you would like to purchase but it is not for sale here, please contact me at email@example.com
Apologies for the lateness of this post. Believe me, it’s not for lack of being ecstatic, just manic busy-ness and more recently mild sickness. / But I am most certainly overwhelmingly appreciative. / On Tuesday this week, I reached 100% of the goal of my project interior / exterior (in fact, 102%) and since then have exceeded that again! / The most recent contributors to my cause were two…
Some of you might have heard I’ve been accepted to do a one month residency at Hospitalfield in Arbroath, Scotland, from mid-April 2011, to continue creating images for my interior / exterior series with a view to exhibiting this work later in the year, and putting together a self-published collection of the finished series. / I also intend to use the opportunity to be inspired by the hist…
I can’t believe how quickly a month has passed! / That’s how long it’s been since I’ve had a chance to update my blog, as my second solo show, simulacrum opened at Obscura Gallery in Melbourne on Sunday 13th June, so I was in Melbourne from the evening of the 11th until the afternoon of the 14th to hang the show, attend the opening, and catch up with friends and family. / …
I know what you’re thinking: “Why does that slip, and those stumpy legs, look familiar…?” / Because they’re mine! / And you can see them in Nick Kind’s exhibition, Interference, which opens at Brunswick Street Gallery this Friday 4th June from 6pm, running until June 17. / Go see it! I will when I get down there.