The Australian Financial Review Magazine ran a small piece on my exhibition last week.
I’m pleased to announce my second solo show at Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne is coming up. The images on show are the latest chapter of work in the on-going series ‘Don’t Just Tell Them, Show Them’. The exhibition runs from the 19th April – 26th May. Anna Pappas Gallery, 2-4 Carlton St, Prahran.
Three prints from ‘Don’t Just Tell Them, Show Them’ are on show in the Hijacked 3 exhibition at Quad Gallery in Derby, UK. The exhibition has been curated by Louise Clements QUAD & FORMAT International Photography Festival UK, Mark McPherson Big City Press Aus, Leigh Robb PICA Aus. The show runs from the 3rd of March to the 6th of May. More details HERE
Oculi’s - Terra Australis Incognita exhibition starts at the Monash Gallery of Art on the 27th of January. In conjunction to the exhibition, I’ll be conducting a street photography field trip in the city of Melbourne on the 3rd of March. More details on the Oculi exhibition HERE and the field trip HERE
I’m proud to announce that I’ve been chosen for the Hijacked 3 book and exhibition that will be published by Big City Press in 2012. Hijacked 3 includes photographers from Australia and UK and it’s great to be included alongside friends Christopher Day, Leonie Hampton, Katrin Koenning, Warwick Baker and Michelle Tran. More details on the book HERE
I’m proud to announce that Flaere Gallery in London will now be representing me for print sales and exhibitions in London and Paris. Flaere Gallery is a photography gallery in London exhibiting limited edition contemporary fine art photography. The gallery is one of a small but growing number of galleries in London devoted exclusively to fine art photography. The gallery exhibits through curated exhibitions of contemporary photography in pop-up spaces and regularly takes part in art fairs in London and abroad. In addition, viewings can be arranged in Central London by appointment. More details HERE and HERE
The last couple of months have been fairly hectic with a range of editorial work for local and international magazines. In August, I was commissioned to shoot portraits of the Victorian State Premier Ted Baillieu and Indigenous activist and lawyer Noel Pearson for The Australian Financial Review Magazine – Power Issue.
I was also commissioned to shoot a portrait of the American singer and writer Simone Felice for the Weekend Guardian Magazine.
Last but not least was a portrait of young Melbourne fashion designer Pia Interlandi who designs burial shrouds for the Financial Times in the UK