AddOn @ HeadOn 2015

A big vote of thanks to Charles McKean and HeadOn Festival director Moshe Rosenzveig for the hard yards in putting together this years AddOn exhibition at Depot 1 Gallery, Waterloo.

The show runs April 29th to May 9th and officially opens this Saturday, May 2nd.

Its also a great pleasure to be invited to submit again for what is now the 4th year running.


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


AddOn Exhibition @ Mary Place Gallery curated by Charles McKean and Moshe Rosenveig


The AddOn Exhibition closes tomorrow and I can say without a doubt that it was a great pleasure to have work hanging alongside some of the exceptional talent in that show. A big thank you to Charles McKean for the invite to submit work. The curatorial for the show was managed by Charles McKean and Moshe Rosenzveig. Hats off for a beautiful journey through 122 photographic works. Mention also must be made of the stunning book of the works in the show produced by Momento Books. Last years AddOn 2011 book received a Silver Award at the Canon AIPP Australian Professional Photography Awards. That should give you some idea of the quality I’m talking about.

I didn’t start taking shots of the show until the huge crowd began thinning out. Here’s a little from the show.


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