NPPP FINALIST 2020

December 16, 2019

Very pleased to be selected again as a Finalist in the 2020 National Photographic Portrait Prize in Canberra. Images will be revealed at the National Gallery exhibition on Friday, March 13th.

OLIVE COTTON AWARD 2019

June 26, 2019

Pleased to be a Finalist again in this years Olive Cotton Award at the Tweed Regional Gallery in NSW. with my diptych portrait of Dr.Rodney Syme. It’s always a great event, and I look forward to seeing the entire exhibition hung next month.

The Moran Photographic Prize is now hung at Juniper Hall in Sydney, and the winner will be announced this Tuesday night. Very pleased to have 3 semi Finalists in this years event.

LURZER’S BEST 200

February 8, 2018

Very pleased to once again be included in Lurzer’s Archive edition of the ‘200 Best Advertising Photographers Worldwide 2018/2019’. This is a sneak preview from my upcoming Exhibition ‘The Ancient of Days’.

NIGHT TREMORS AT JCP

April 8, 2016

Prints all hung, but I’m not sure that Sue was that impressed!

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EXHIBITION TEASER

April 2, 2016

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NIGHT TREMORS

April 1, 2016

I hope people can join me for a drink next Thursday if they are in Melbourne for the showing of my latest project. I’ve selected 20 pieces from recent trips I’ve made to Canada mid winter. They are as close to my jetlagged subconcious as you can get.

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SNAPSHOT EXHIBITION

September 22, 2014

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SMALL OBSERVATIONS

February 7, 2014

The exhibition at Edmund Pearce last night was great fun. Simon Harsent’s ‘Melt’ looked great, and I was pleased that at least a few people were disgusted with my installation piece in the middle of the print exhibition.

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SMALL OBSERVATIONS

February 3, 2014

Having a wee gallery show titled ‘SMALL OBSERVATIONS’, this week at Edmund Pearce gallery in the Nicholas Building, Melbourne, this Thursday, Feb. 6th 6pm – 8 pm. Please join us for a drink if your in the city that evening.

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