The Process Driven Lab

Experimentation and control has become such large parts of my practice. The lab is a space to test theories and develop concepts for use within larger projects in the field. Whether it’s hot wax and food color, movement and red dirt or water mixed with smoke, this competency allows me to utilize these elements like an archer uses a quiver.

On becoming lost

Something that is vital to my existence, and it’s often very misunderstood, is being...

Land Work Commission Changes it all

The last few years has included some huge changes. Leaving society and shedding the...

Sleep Brings Relief and the Hope of a New Day {Bush Poem}

We hid away from your world however you delivered it to our doorstep like...

Out of the desert to Canberra

Being quite new to photography it was quite a shock to be included among...

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,...

Intentful Downsizing

To live honestly, without distraction or dilution, allowing my hyperfocus uninterrupted free reign demanded...

A Big Change

On a trip to Coober Pedy something happened that changed my direction literally overnight....

Real VS Ideal Group Show

Male; Real/Ideal is the creation of Brodie Paparella who had experienced at first hand how...

They Show their true colour’s in a storm

Identity is something we hold very dear. Its a human element that is based...

Tracking Bodies of Water

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

The modifier and the technical

With the advances in understanding the technical and working with people, it quickly became...

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...

The Genesis of things

Initially the camera was a Survival mechanism, a way of breathing after a long...