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interference

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.

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Photographer and graphic designer Nick Kind got in touch with me through my site about 18 months ago.

Hailing from Leicester, England, he’s been in Melbourne for about 3 years, and we share a penchant for capturing the minutiae of everyday life. His series The Shore and some of his portraiture particularly caught my eye when I first visited his site.

Two days before I left Melbourne, we finally met up in person and did a shoot in the evening at a studio on Smith Street in Fitzroy. Nick wanted to explore the idea of feeling trapped and was looking for a model, so asked me if I’d be that model.

It was a lot of fun and really easy; much less daunting than I’d expected. Especially considering we only talked on the phone for the first time the night before, and had only m…