Archive for April, 2010

Shooting for new series!!

April 30, 2010

wearing the Big In Japan shirt  :pIt was a fun day in the sun shooting with Nadine for the new series ‘Cataclysm’

Highlight being when we got told to Fuck Off by some guy with his kids on the beach… Nice language Dad.

Was great working on the shot with Nadine and I’m sure she’ll be back.


Clarissa Bones

April 21, 2010

Seen here wearing her new Kitty Revenge 2 shirt (with friend Rattles)  🙂

Clarissa is one of this country’s best young visual artists – check out her work at

and friend

‘They Came’ Exhibition Confirmed!!

April 14, 2010

Just been approved to exhibit at the prestigious Queensland Centre for Photography (South Bank)
Opening night is the 21st August and closes the 19th September.

More information as it comes to hand. All welcome!!!

Moreton Bay Regional Art Awards

April 8, 2010

Just found out that Holy Green Cow has been selected in the Moreton Bay Regional Art Awards. (formerly the Pine Rivers Art Prize)

Kitty Revenge 2 is what they selected and it’s a fantastic opportunity. A $5000 prize for photography/digital art.

Fingers crossed for the announcement Friday 21st May !!

QLD Centre for Photography

April 5, 2010

Went to the opening of a new show ‘Brave New World’ and saw some amazing work.

In particular Bronek Kozka’s Train and Kim Demuth’s Adama and Eva

Visit the QCP and check it out. (CNR Cordelia and Russell streets South Brisbane QLD)

Website changes

April 5, 2010

Made big changes to the website. Simpler. Fitter. Happier. More Productive.

2010 – New series…

April 1, 2010

After a LOT of deliberating and brainstorming, it looks like work can begin on the next series.
Happily it involves characters from ‘They Came’ although it’s different entirely.
This one will be based on my favourite era… the 70’s and will be a lot more ‘Australian’ than before.

So now it’s casting and developing the ideas with the magic number of nine images to complete the new series.

This is all a precursor to my next major project. That will be the one I undertake for my Master of Contemporary art next year. So, first things first.