Autopsy Of Adelaide – Media and coming exhibition

I am extremely grateful to the various media outlets who have recently shown an interest in my work and shared it to a wider audience.  Particularly John Dexter from The Adelaide Review (who published the first article in March which subsequently featured my work on the April cover of The Adelaide Review) and Ron Kandelaars from Channel Seven who filmed a great segment showcasing my work which featured on Seven News Adelaide.

Whilst I am humbled that my work is received so well and obviously touches people in some way I am somewhat uncomfortable with the attention.  Too much self doubt and  worrying about what some in the community may think.  I am trying to overcome this but I am far more comfortable behind the camera than in front of it.

I’ve linked to the recent media below.

For those of you following my work, you may be interested in my first ever exhibition coming up for the SALA Festival in August.  Most exciting is that I’ve secured a fabulous venue in Darling Building!

Darling Building was until recently abandoned for 20 years and was the subject of several of my explores and countless images. Lovingly and painstakingly restored by current owners Williams Burton Leopardi architects, the building provides the ideal location to showcase my work on abandoned Adelaide as well as showcase this fabulous building.

I’ll be exhibiting with two great friends and fellow explorers – Adeltritus and Somewhat Damaged Photography. Please take a look at their fabulous work!

I’ll be showcasing 24 works, including several previously unpublished pieces, and all work will be for sale for those interested in purchasing a print.  More details to be released soon regarding the month long SALA event. Hope to see you all there!

http://adelaidereview.com.au/arts/visual-arts/an-autopsy-of-adelaide/

 

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