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From a young age, I loved to travel – my camera goes everywhere with me. While I have been taking photographs for years, I am now taking photographs more seriously. I would love to turn my photography from a hobby to a vocation.
I would love to hear some comment on any of my images. I can only improve when everyone is honest.

contact: voyage[at]aapt.net.au

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  • Joined: August 2007

Journal

Autonomy. A Photographic Exhibition

Media Release / Autonomy is described as the capacity of an informed person to make a rational, un-coerced decision; a measure of independence. / This photographic exhibition explores the experience of independence and all of the opportunities that this embraces. Physical, emotional and financial autonomy allows us to express ourselves in any way we see fit. / Paul’s passion for photography, comb…
Posted almost 2 years – 8 comments

Exhibition: Guilty Pleasures

Cocolat Dessert Cafe / 283 Rundle Street (East End) / Adelaide, South Australia / 4 November – 4 December 2011 / Oscar Wilde said, “an inordinate passion for pleasure is the secret of remaining young”. / Join Paul Tait on a journey that indulges in guilty pleasures as he celebrates the human form. / This features as part of the Feast Festival calendar / http://www.cocolat.com.au/ / http:…
Posted over 2 years – 4 comments

Crossroads Photographic Exhibition

Opening Night: 09 August at 18:00 / The Sauce Restaurant / 64B Dulwich Avenue, Dulwich / Adelaide, Australia / Close your eyes and consider, for a moment, that a journey of a thousand miles starts with but a single step. Now open your eyes, breathe in and inhale the colour of Paul’s images drawn from his remarkable life journey and walk with him for just a little while. / The exhibition is part o…
Posted almost 3 years – 10 comments

Exhibition at "Let Them Eat"

March 10 to April 7 2011 / Let Them Eat is exhibiting 10 of my images. Fifty dollars from the sale of each image will go towards the McGrath Foundation. / 18 Elizabeth St / Croydon Park, 5008 / South Australia
Posted about 3 years – 10 comments