The film, commissioned by NITV, was produced by Wankangurru / Adnyamathanha woman Lavene McKenzie and was filmed over forty-one consecutive […]
After two years of bush trips, wood collecting, workshops, museum visits and site specific artefact meetings with Ku Arts and […]
One of the most challenging types of photography is architectural. Add to that the buildings are all underground dimly lit […]
First Peoples sovereignty has never been ceded – not in 1788, not in 1967, not with the Native Title Act, not with the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
Always a huge honour to be asked to travel around country to facilitate community. This project grabbed me instantly an […]
The subject was considerably sick on the day which actually really helped to create distress and unease as the profoto popped away with a make shift bracket for the Kacey beauty dish.
Over three months, three days a week and three tether cables later this series of 130 styled food shots was created with Chef and owner of Bliss Organic Cafe, Grace Love and the cook book Confident Cooking was born containing 100 recipes with accompanying themed images.
Culturally how are we being educated?
A big part of this journey has been the re-education of myself coming from a standard Australian school learning nothing about Aboriginal history let alone knowing of the existence of the Torres Straight people, their identity and culture. Five years ago I was unaware of what the flag meant. Totally shameful to admit to this but it’s the truth.
‘It’s from our grandmothers and our grandfathers that we’ve learned about the land. This learning isn’t written on paper as the whitefellas knowledge is. We carry it in our heads and we’re talking from our hearts, for the land.’
I remember a friend of mine asking me what the problems were facing Aboriginal people in Australia and what the […]
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that this gallery does contain images and voices of people who have died.