It’s on again. Model Camp. A chance for any aspiring models or just people who would like to learn about modelling to get themselves a full portfolio of photos created from nothing. All photos taken by me while professional freelance model Yasmin teaches you all the ins and outs of portfolio presentation, set etiquette, legal and safety obstacles as well as how to just be cool.
We have two full day sessions filling up for the 11th and the 18th May so get in touch before they all fill up. Do one or do both as they have different outcomes and stylists!
I look forward to seeing you all down there.
Summer is coming to an end though the sunshine still managed to give us more than perfect conditions down at Bondi with the kids partaking in my latest photography workshop for Waverley Council. Thanks to all my super enthusiastic students. Keep working on those great beachside portfolios!
Its a wrap on Episode Three of Voice Guy AKA Lindsay Moss, Voice Artist.
Keep your eyes peeled for the final version once ADR is finished!
And in meantime, head over to the MCA website to catch some documentary photography I have recently shot for their Interplay exhibition.
Welcome back to the New Year! – I know its February already but we seriously haven’t had a moment to stop and breath we have had so much on.
No resolutions this year. Too busy enjoying the Splendour of Falls festival and partying across Tasmania.
So much creative work has been happening that I think its about time we host an exhibition.
Watch this space!
The shooting has wrapped on our latest film project ALL BOTTLED UP.
We just wanted to shoot a huge thanks through to the crew who helped out on the shoot.
Director/ Writer Rhys Votano
1st A.d Jenna Bowden
D.P Daniel Gallagher
Gaffa Luke Blair
Sound recordist Adam Dudek
Production Assistant Pauline Appiah
Camera Assistant Tanjim Islam
Runner 1 Josh Aviet
Runner 2 Martina Silanova
Runner 3 Nikki Walkerden
It’s now into post with Jenna Bowden already pulling together and amazing edit. Can’t wait til its all finished and ready for your eagar eyes!
Thanks again to all involved and of course my mum, for making us lunch all five days of the shoot
Disgusting minds you all have….
Watch this video to cleanse them.
Now you see, what we need is your pink and blue items for props and scenery in our upcoming short film about a young couple madly in love.
She is pink.
And he is blue.
If you have anything whatsoever that is pink or blue and you are happy to loan it to our production, we will take good care of it and return it to with love and gratitude. You’ll even get your name in the film just to really say a special than
We are after anything at all that you have. Blue clothes, pink shoes, blue car, pink bike, blue desk, pink curtains and bedspread. If you live in a pink or blue home or work in a pink and blue office, then share that too. We will take good care of you.
When you have found your things and want to share, email the me on email@example.com or the producer Jenna Bowden on firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what things you have. We film through the first two weeks of November so would need them for that period.
Thanks so much for supporting us and we look forward to seeing your name in our credits!
It's back on. StyleXpose has grown up and moved from the Nothern Beaches to Inner City Paddington in what should be an exciting night of upcoming Australian designers and new
Feel like seeing what unique garments local kids are creating these days, then check it…
I'll be down there working on an experimental video so say hi.
Well plans for a quiet winter were not quite realised with so many jobs to keep onto top of that my little blog here was neglected.
But alas, I am still so happily busy with photo shoots for Maxxfit, videos for PACT centre for emerging artists, documentation of the third William Fletcher Foundation award, Rugby League Experience promos and a heap more, that I really don't know where to begin in terms of catching up on this. So Ill just shoot you a few more examples of what I have been creating this last month or so….
As part of the collaborative process of the 8 x 8 program, artists are encouraged to formulate a creative public programme for people of all sizes and ages to come and learn a little more about the works and the philosophies behind them. This helps the audiences to understand the works but also is meant to be a lot of fun too.
Dzenita Semic and myself are putting on a wee little show on August the 18th at 2pm and we would love you all to be there. What we are aiming to do is create an additional piece for our art
work which will combine the memories of all those who attend. What will the final piece resemble? Who knows. It will all depend on the people who attend.
So what we need from you is to find an item from your childhood. Could be a teddy bear, floral dress, action figure, stamp collection or simply just a photo. Then get your good looking booties down to Casula Powerhouse on August 25th at 2pm where we will all work together to collage them into one big nostalgic mess. Should be a tonne of fun so bring the family.
The Biennale's side project, 8×8 (read previous blog post for more details) is officially open at the Casula Powerhouse.
The grand opening took place last Friday with the Mayor of Liverpool delivering a welcome speech followed by students and facilitators recounting their experiences.
The night was a great success with the young artists learning the magic of how to schmooze with the grown ups. The networking seemed to have paid of for many of the students who lined up
possible work from the night.
Thanks again to Lisa…err I mean Nisa Mackie, Will French, Edwina Hill, Nicole Austin, Jessica Haly and all the students who made this possible.
I am very grateful for being part of the whole experience and believe the stepping stone was a great boost for the aspiring group.
Please show your love and get down to the exhibition and be a part of the weird and wacky public programs that will be taking place every weekend in support of the works.