Really enjoying film at the moment.


Flickr #1 Web App?

Flickr reaches new heights and levels of public consciousness.


Urban Landscapes March 2006

sunshine one [for Kent Johnson]

Returned to film recently, and if there is one thing I learned from my dalliance with digital, is, the process of image making doesn't need to operate at cyber-speeds.

This image from a series of images for the web to wall show with 19 other flickr photographers, as well as a continuation of my proposed 2007 show idea.



A recent wander in a lane-way of East Melbourne produced these. More over on flickr—of course!

East Melbourne One

East Melbourne Two


Upcoming Group Exhibition

Well it's official, the invite is printed, the space is organised and paid for, now all we need to do, is to actually hang the work in the space — oh and organise food for the hungry hoardes that will rock up on the day.

click to download a high rez print version


Writing and Photography

I am currently working on my application for my planned 2007 show. The first draft is written, and I have asked two people to read and comment on it. Despite the seemingly difficult task of writing about your own work, and the difficulties I had actually opening the the document, it was a useful exercise. I have managed to clarify some of my own concerns in my head about what it is I'm doing, as well as how and why.

I also seem to have dropped the digital ball completely of late. Being back at work and working full time doesn't help but some realisations about the nature of working digitally have effected my approach, if not changed it. I am now looking much more critically at my own work.

For either of my readers, this blog is now 2 YAH!