Thursday, November 24, 2011

UNSENSORED11: Exhibition of Analogue Photography

The Melbourne Silver Mine’s annual exhibition of analogue photography UNSENSORED is set to return to Collingwood Gallery on Friday November 25, 2011. And I am lucky enough to be showing three of my photographs in the exhibition!

UNSENSORED11 offers a glimpse into what film in its various formats can produce today. Once again the members of the Melbourne Silvermine Inc. are presenting a diverse range of images in both subject matter and tools/techniques. The exhibition includes images produced using traditional processes and techniques through to hybrid works that blur the line between film and digital.
If anyone is in Melbourne, the opening night is this Friday 25th November from 6pm.
Collingwood Gallery
292 Smith Street Collingwood
Opening Night:
Friday 25th November 2011 from 6pm
Exhibition dates:
Saturday 26th November 2011 – Wednesday 7th December 2011
Gallery open daily:
10am – 6pm Saturday & Sunday
Midday – 6:30pm Monday – Friday
For more information see

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Shutterbugs - Episode 7 - Stakeout

L-CA (Kodak BW400CN)

Diana F+ (Lomography 400CN)

Diana F+ (Lomography Redscale 100CN)

Diana Mini (Kodak BW400CN that had gone through an airport scanner)

These are a few of the photographs that were taken as a part of my contribution to the online comedy web series, Shutterbugs. The theme for my episode was 'Stakeout', so I decided to stake out the streets of Fitzroy with my L-CA, Diana Mini, Diana F+ and La Sardinia (& loads of film!).

You can view the new episode of Shutterbugs (& more of my stakeout photos) over at the website. (also while you're there you can catch an interview with yours truly about what I love about photography. *blushes*)

I would like to thank all the wonderful people who have put so much hard work into producing Shutterbugs, you were a pleasure to work with & I hope we can do it again sometime.


Thursday, November 3, 2011

It's always darkest before the dawn

a kiss
LC-A (Kodak E100G)

Once upon a time, instead of creating photographic snapshots of the world. I took syntactic snapshots in the form of poetry. I would never regret my move into photography, but some days I look back on my poetic past and ponder over those lines of words I created.

Today I stumbled on one of my favorite poems, written, what seems like a lifetime ago. To forget about these small stanzas would be akin to forgetting your own child, as every creation has a parent. So here is a that little poem for you.

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