Nice to see some of my work featured in Imprint magazine. Written by Donata Carazza, the article is about Mungo Prints, a unique printmaking collaboration initiated by The Art Vault, at the ancient Mungo National Park, Willandra Lakes, NSW. The resulting artworks will be exhibited later this year in Mildura, Victoria, as part of the Australian Print Triennale.
Pleased to have my work included in Behind The Wheel, a new book by The Worldwide Publishing Empire. The book includes over 200 photographs which are complemented by essays exploring life on the Australian road by four highly respected writers.
All the iconic Australian roadside scenery is assembled in this one captivating book that winds through Australia’s cities and suburbs, rural towns and remote outback with photographs that are beautiful, bold, breathtaking, and sometimes bizarre.
Behind the Wheel is available in good bookstores or direct from the publisher for $39.95.
For more info: www.theworldwidepublishingempire.com
Nice to see my work featured in Medium. Originally taken for MAPgroup's Beyond Borders project, my photos explore the bond between Nafisa, who came to Australia from Somalia as a refugee and Elizabeth, her doula, who volunteers through Birth for HumanKIND, an organisation that assists women experiencing socio-economic disadvantage: https://medium.com
I'm grateful to be selected as a finalist for the Maggie Diaz Photography Prize for Women with my portrait, An end and a beginning. The prize was set up by Diaz, a trailblazing photographer, to support other women in the industry.
The selected photographs will be exhibited at Brightspace in St Kilda from 1 until 17 September, 2017: http://www.maggiediazprize.com
Glad to be part of MAPgroup's second installment of our ongoing project, Beyond Borders, which documents the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers, through photographs and multimedia. We continue to explore these issues because they are still so timely - but all the stories are brand new.
Beyond Borders will again be exhibited at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka as part of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, with the opening on Saturday 19 August, 2-5pm. All welcome- we hope to see you there.
For more information: https://ballaratfoto.org/events/mapgroup