When I was a child there was no phone in our home. When I graduated from art college there were no mobile/cell phones.
I have always been interested in exploring technological advances and how they might encourage me to broaden my art practice. These advances have been a bonus for me as I have a disability which prevents me from carrying heavy photo gear .
I like the possibilities smart phones provide for working quickly. Street scenes (not people in the street) shops, night images and just everyday scenes that are often not noticed are what I most enjoy photographing.
I endeavour to make images which are not merely recordings, but which add something extra by way of abstraction and/or in post production. Monochrome or colour, whichever best suits the image suits me.
Light and shadow
Australian Centre for Photography
Brain and Mind Research Institute
University of Sydney
Lamp and parasol
Pier 2/3 Walsh Bay, Sydney
Mix and match. Eton Lane Camperdown, Sydney
National Gallery of Victoria,
Federation Square, Melbourne
ODDS n Ends
Art Gallery of New South Wales
How could I resist
On the road to Pigeon Forge TN 1976
Mérida, Yucatán Mexico
Fashion is not a pretty game
Glasgow, Scotland 1976
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