A City’s Occupation by Height In the tradition of observational city photography, Above and Below documents ten city locations deliberately spanning a range of heights. Of particular interest in the series is the depiction of people’s presence, absence and activity in … Continue reading
The recently opened Medicine Faculty of the University of Notre Dame, Outlines Landscape Architects worked with DesignInc Architects to produce this refined campus.
A recent commission by Outlines Landscape Architects to photograph the Bastow Institute in North Melbourne, a project completed in conjunction with Maddison Architects.
A recent commission by ARM Architecture to photograph two locations at Melbourne Central These newly completed works to their award winning 2005 refurbishment included a new corner identity to La Trobe/Swanston streets and an internal stair bracketed by retail. Also … Continue reading
A set of five images that document the Geelong Bypass in a sweep from suburban fringe to farmland…….. via the Freeway.
These two photos were taken in a sliver of remnant parkland in Footscray which is surrounded by industry. A recycling station, port container storage, Dynon Road (a major transport route) and factory (now demolished) bind this site which remarkably holds … Continue reading
My image of the Moreshead Bypass which runs above Punt Road in Melbourne was awarded second place in a competition run by the Melbourne Library Service in 2010. The brief called for a reinterpretation of a historic photograph of Melbourne. … Continue reading
An afternoon spent with the (Westgate) Bridge I like best. (View while listening to Daedelus’ ahoy-the-due-return-sails mix)
Architects Ellenberg Fraser produce a sharp, Autumnal residential tower in inner Melbourne’s A’Beckett street.
The McKellar Centre in Geelong is an aged and injured person’s rehabilitation facility run by Barwon Health. Outlines Landscape Architecture realised this rehabilitation garden at the centre which has at it’s centrepiece an outdoor gathering space.
So, Kubic happened late last year in Melbourne and I went along to not only experience the fluid amazement that was the strobing, sequenced set (pictured) but also to hear the equally fluid and amazing Dublab dj Deadelus (pictured). … Continue reading
Recently showing at Horsham Regional Arts Gallery was Southbank ; contemporary photography of our suburbs, an exhibition in which I had a print work. Horsham is growing, its edge is no longer defined, the spaces between things are shrinking… Southbank … Continue reading
A series of images I recently made to accompany the first instalment of Other Cities, a blog site by David Morison and Sophia Anapliotis which focusses on the built environment. Each instalment will be an in depth interview with an eclectic … Continue reading