Exhibitions

Exhibitions

I have participated in a number of exhibitions since 2000. It is a very challenging and rewarding process to prepare and edit work for an exhibition. It is an important part of the development of any photographer to exhibit work as often as possible. Below is a record of some of the exhibitions I have been involved in.

As Long as there’s Music – 2010

This was a solo show at Meyer Gallery in Darlinghurst in 2010. It was the culmination of about 10 years of gig and concert photography.

A high quality Blurb book is available for purchase featuring much of the work shown in this exhibition HERE:

 

Much of this exhibition is also featured in the Musicians Gallery in this site.

Country & Blues – 2004

This was a two man show with my friend Gordon Stevenson who exhibited some fine Australian landscapes opposite my photos primarily of performers at the Byron Bay Bluesfest over a 4 year period.

Emergence 6 – 2002

This was an annual exhibition by participants in workshops at Point Light Gallery. My image “Urban Cow” was featured on the invitation. Sadly this gallery has now closed, however, Gordon Undy has inspired and mentored many fine photographers in the years the gallery was operating. A wonderful legacy to photography in Australia.

Refraction – 2001

This was a group show with other photographers I had met through workshops at Point Light Gallery and the Australian Centre for Photography. It was a real pleasure to have Lewis Morley open the exhibitions and to discuss my work with him. This exhibition featured images around my childhood home in a small village in the Hunter Valley. I revisited it after more than 30 years and captured some new impressions to accompany many strong memories.

The Journey – 2001

One of my first exhibitions which was a bit of a mixed bag “best of” my photographs to that point. I had just re-established my darkroom after 20 years of hard work in the commercial world and helping to raise and educate three children. This time marked a resurgence in my photographic interest and output.

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