I was selected as a ‘Shimmer across the City’ artist as part of the upcoming 2020 Shimmer Festival of Photography. One of my images will be placed in a (yet-to-be-revealed) shopfront window during the September festival. More information here.
Update – my image is showing in McLaren Vale at the Barbershop Wall.
My work is being exhibited as part of the 2020 Source Magazine Graduate Show along with other Bachelor of Photograph Graduates from across the UK.
The Association of Photographers (AoP) UK is also holding a Graduate Show online. My work was chosen for the cover image for the OCA UK students.
SALA 1 – 31 August 2020
I’m participating in two SALA (South Australian Living Artist) shows this year. My work Perfectly Imperfect will be exhibited at Physio First on Goodwood road.
- Physio First S.A.
- 129c Goodwood Road
- Goodwood 5034
- Ph: 8373 6633
- Website: www.physiofirst.com.au
- Opening hours are approximate only:
- Mon 9:30am – 6:30pm
- Tues 5:30pm – 7:30pm
- Wed 9:30am – 6:30pm
- Thurs 9:30am – 6:30pm
- Fri 9:15am – 3:00pm (sometimes later in the evening)
And I’m exhibiting my work State of the Environment which won the 2015 Don Dunstan prize at The Joinery, in a joint exhibition with the Conservation Council of South Australia.
The Mill, located in the centre of Adelaide, is a small thriving exhibition space and artist workshop. I was very pleased to be the first artist to exhibit my work Perfectly Imperfect in the newly renovated gallery space at the start of 2020. There was so much wine and chatter at the opening that some patrons needed to come back later to be able to view the photos. The ironing board was well-commented upon (literally), and there was a fabulous artist-in-conversation event with curator Adele Siluaz. It was a fabulous exhibition, and I was so pleased to sneak it in before the world turned upside down with all the Covid-19 madness!
Artist-in-conversation event transcript will be uploaded shortly.
Fabulous photos below by Mike Lim
In 2019 I exhibited alongside Mike Lim at the BIFB, a huge festival in Ballarat, country Victoria. It was a great experience to be part of such a prestigious festival, and know that some of the 22,000 people visiting during the festival made the effort to view my project Perfectly Imperfect.
Below are some images from the installed space, upstairs in the Ballarat Healthy Hub.