Sunday 7th Feb at 3pm I will be giving a public talk at Juniper Hall
I will be discussing my work as an artists across many disciplines, my time in the desert and how one of the state’s most disadvantaged communities gave me the most enriching experiences.
To end the year my photograph from the The Moran Prize also made Gaurdian Australia’s list of the best Australian photos for 2015. The guardian listed the photos as most memorable, news worthy, creative and talked about. ‘Town in Mourning’ was my response to the heartbreaking life expectancy rates of Indigenous people. As we go into the year 2016 we need to ask how can a country as rich as ours still have such huge gaps between our first people and everyone else. #closethegap #blacklivesmatter
Over the next two weeks I will have the inspiring job of curating photos from all over this amazing planet for @everydayeverywhere. A project that I’m excited to be a part of, thankyou to the team of everydayeverywhere for inviting me.
If you are on instragram please follow. I hope you find my selection to be an inspiring snapshot of this colourful world in all its incredible diversity.
I’m honoured to be one of the 30 finalists in the 2015 Moran Contemporary Photography prize.
This interview I did was played 14 July live from Broken Hill ABC station and later played nationally.
I have had the honour to post for everydayaustralia.
Please follow myself and other photojournalist posting inspiring images and stories from across this great land @everydayaustralia
For the month of April/May I will be resident at Fowlers Gap, part of the University of NSW outside of Broken Hill.
I’d like to acknowledge that I’ve been staying on the land of the Wilyakali people, this means Hills and Waterholes. I received blessing to stay and paint this land from one of its elders. I did this with utmost love and respect.