Check out my recent time lapse sequence i created for Desypher architects. I chose a conceptual approach to capture the light passing through the perforations in the buildings exterior. The building being the Islamic Museum of Australia located in Thornbury, Victoria.
A couple of weeks back when Melbourne was in a grip of 'when the $#@! will summer start' syndrome I was commissioned to shoot construction works in the wee small hours of the night. It was cold, wet and windy and I wasn't particularly excited by the prospects of hanging out on the Western Ring Road on a Friday night. As they say however you've gotta suffer for your art and suffer i did. With my rain covers on my camera and myself and being careful not to point my camera in the direction of the horizontal rain I toughed it out managing to pull off some speccy backlit images.
I'm really excited to announce that I will be exhibiting at the amazing Edmund Pearce gallery in June 2014. The series i'll be showing has the working title 'Industrial Graffiti'. Industrial Graffiti captures the unconscious marks generated through the construction of our built landscape. They are ephemeral symbols of change mimicking life itself; beautiful, fleeting & temporary.
Located on Flinders Lane in the heart of Melbourne's gallery district, Edmund Pearce is a contemporary art space dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of photography. Through a series of unique exhibitions and initiatives Edmund Pearce endeavors to promote the highest standards of contemporary photographic practice within Australia. Go to the Edmund Pearce website for more information.