Saturday, 12 April 2014
Using H&M's ad campaign for David Beckham's bodywear collection to highlight the objectification of woman that is so pervasive in the media today through the objectification of David Beckham. It's not often you see a man getting most of his kit off in advertising in comparison so wanted to highlight it and the double standard it creates.
Sunday, 16 February 2014
Armchair photography at it's finest, using Channels 10's coverage of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, as source material. A series of portraits from a range of events.
Saturday, 4 January 2014
The theory of State Transference goes that we pass our mood onto those around us. Basically smile and the
whole world smiles with you [link]. I think imagery can have the same effect, just as music can.
After seeing one of the works of Madz Rehorek [link] of the sea at night time and it just transferring a calmness over me, I understood it. The series also takes a liberal dose of Mark Rothko [link], Jackson Pollock [link] and Andreas Gursky's Bangkok series [link].
specular reflections off Bass Strait taken off a cliff at Point Road Knight, on new years eve. All taken in camera using long time exposure and camera movements no Photoshop required. Light painting 101.
Is there anything in this world that can't be graphically abstracted? sandstone cliffs around Anglesea right on The Great Ocean Road, in Australia. I guess the thing that surprised me was the variety of rock formations within a 2km stretch of coast but then again I never looked that closely before.