The Strings, Skins, and Keys that shaped Australian Rock.
Curator: Ross Heathcote
Don Walker / Cold Chisel
Jimmy Barnes / Cold Chisel
Iva Davies / Ice House
Garry Frost Moving Pictures / 1927
Graham "Buzz" Bidstrup The Angels / Gang Gajang
Phil Small / Cold Chisel
Ian Moss / Cold Chisel
Rick Grossman / Divinyls / HooDoo Gurus
Todd Hunter / Dragon
Robert Susz / Dynamic Hepnotics
Reg Mombassa / Mental As Anything / Dog Trumpet
Jackie Orszaczky / Jump Back Jack / Grand Masters
Dom Turner / Backsliders
Martin Rotsey / Midnight Oil
Rob Hirst / Midnight Oil / Backsliders
Jim Moginie / Midnight Oil
Peter Garrett / Midnight Oil
Peter Gifford / Midnight Oil
Images from my "Artist in Residence' program at the Manly Regional Art Gallery and Museum. The museum has a very extensive collection of beach ephemera dating back to the early 1900's.
Curators: Katherine Roberts / Ross Heathecote
Depth of Field
Images created during my "Artist in Residence' project at the Bradman Museum in Bowral. Given unrestricted access to their vast collection of cricket ephemera, I created over 70 different images from over more then 450 artefacts. I was even lucky enough to hold Don Bradman's first bat.
Client: Bradman Museum / International Cricket Hall of Fame
Curator; David Wells
Who didn't love opening that box of 'Cracker Jacks' to see what toy was hidden inside?
A series of images first inspired by my daily travels across from my home on Scotland Island to the mainland where I would see various sea life every day.
A Day At The Zoo
These tiny lead figurines are 'Britains' and date back to the 1950's. They let the mind run wild and take you to places far away from the day to day.
Items collected while wondering around my local mall one day.
All That Remains
Objects collected while helping a friend salvage all he could from his cherished 50 foot timber cruiser 'Pearl Diver' after a marina fire that claimed 5 boats.
Streets of Vietnam
One must have a holiday and of course carry a camera.
China Places and Faces
Aren't I lucky? Another holiday exploring.
The birth of modern photography, thank you Frederick Scott Archer