AddOn 2022

It’s Sunday, 6th November 2022 and we were at Bondi Beach for the opening of AddOn (part of the HeadOn Photo Festival) at the newly renovated Bondi Pavilion. Winter hadn’t really left and the day was uncharacteristically warm. The bodies on the beach, refugees from the COVID wars, lay scattered on the hot sands. It’s good to see AddOn return to the public space after being relegated to an online exhibition during the COVID lockdowns. This is my 9th year of exhibiting in this arm of the HeadOn Photo Festival. HeadOn is Australia’s largest photo festival.

Processed with Blackie

The show was opened by Charles McKean and Moshe Rosenzveig OAM. The impact of the COVID years was evident in the scaling down of the exhibition space, however given the restrictions, the works, although smaller than previous years in terms of printed scale, held up well and we (Suzy and I) are looking forward to the mailing out of the catalogue to this years exhibiting photographers.

Blue Mountains Winter Magic Festival 2015

30,000+ people braced an icy mid winter day to take part in the 22nd Blue Mountains Winter Magic Festival, I was one of those crazy people.


AddOn 2013

Once again thanks to Charles McKean for the invite to participate in this years AddOn Exhibition. Last years show was memorable to say the least and it’s simply a great pleasure to be a part of a show that I know will push me to keep refining the way I see and do things.


Exhibition Details

Official Opening:
Tue, 14/05/2013 – 18:00 – 20:00
Date of Show:

Tue, 14/05/2013 – Sat, 25/05/2013

AddOn is a non-competitive, anonymous, photographic exhibition curated by Charles McKean and Festival Director Moshe Rosenzveig.

One of the core events of Head On Photo Festival, AddOn showcases a diverse and exciting range of square images, taken by more than 100 photographers spanning professionals, artists, enthusiasts, celebrities and politicians. Shown without title or photographer credits, viewers interpret their images for what they are and bring their own meanings to them.


Depot II Gallery

2 Danks St

Waterloo, NSW 2017


The best week on EyeEm

‘Down to Zero’ and ‘The Ferryman | No56″ selected in EyeEm’s “The Best Week on EyeEm”.

Really nice for the work to be acknowledged and to be included amongst so many talented photographers.

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see the selection here

International | iPhone Photography Awards

Nice to wake up this morning to an email from the people at the iPhone Photography Awards to let me know that two of my submissions had been included amongst this years winners. And the irony of it is, I had forgotten that I’d entered.

A big congratulations to Lea Birch who picked up the ‘Photographer of the Year’ award. Overall 96 images made the final cut in a variety of categories.

My selected works were some of my earliest experiments with Hipstamatic and Plastic Bullet.

See link to the winners gallery on the sidebar.