Characters of the Outback

Living a solitary life creating works in the desert is one of the most rewarding and additive experiences. Along the way you run into people whose story truly inspires me or is just too interesting to ignore. I’ve begun collecting portraits and site specific scene work along the way. Whether its the local bronco branding, a repurposed military truck made into a Mad Max mining machine or a gentle soul in the sandy spinifex, it’s been immensely enriching to meet these individuals and walk a day in their shoes.

Outback Karate with the Coober Pedy Golf Club President
Australias Largest Stock Horse
Lynnie Plate \ Owner Pink Roadhouse Oodnadatta SA
Converted US Military Mack Truck \ Coober Pedy , SA

Notes from the Desert

The path of internal discovery within TWO WAYS was deeply transformative and I suppose...

INTERRUPTED Series Begins

Collaborations facilitates regulatory self check ins and conceptual expansion while engaging avenues of focused...

Contrast of Opinion

2014 has been a year of driving around the deserts of South Australia, mainly...

The Export of Anxiety

Following on from Tracking Bodies of Water, I’ve begun to explore a new series,...

Tracking Bodies of Water

Living in suburbia is often overwhelming and fraught with distractions, unwanted noise and boundless...

Early Beginnings \ An Exploration into Portraiture

Moving outside from the Lab into the environment held many challenges but was a...

SCANOGRAPHY

My former life as a designer left me with mindsets that needed to be...