thanks for stopping by. All of the images you see here represent my love of the world around me and my attempts to bring some focus to a small part of it.
I have a Flickr gallery and my home site at Lushpup Images.
I’ve started a Blog which shows what I’m up to and maybe where I’m going.
They’re not always in total sync and so there’s always something on display at one of them that’s not visible anywhere else.
Feel free to contact me if you’d like to see more of something that hasn’t been made available here at the Bubble.
Hi, / the Royal Canberra Show is held every year to celebrate and showcase the very best that the region has to offer. I have been entering photographs into the Canberra Show Art Prize for the past three years. There are four classes in which to enter photographs; / -Open / -Landscape/Places / -People & Portraits; and / -Black & White / I always try to enter a photo into each class and I …
“Wire, hair, threads, gadgetry: Dunn’s camera captures in exquisite detail the quirky strangeness that weaves its way through the prints and drawings of Nicci Haynes. What began as a conventional art documenting project evolved into this exhibition, interconnecting the work of artist and photographer.” / Well that’s what the media release says so it must be true! / Just a quick …
In the latest edition(#43) of frankie magazine (Fashion, Art, Design, Photography, Music). An article on musician Fred Smith written by Jenna Hand with my picture accompanying. The magazine has a circulation of 210,000. I know it’s not a big thing for some of you but it brings a smile to my dial and I felt I had to share. Image is a scanned copy of the article.
Hiya, / a quick journal note to my watchlist and interested parties :-) / I’m alive and taking pictures. I have been very busy working on an exciting new field of photography for me … art documentation. I have been working closely with a number of artists to document examples of their work for submission into shows, books and for their own records. / Basically my philosophy is to work…