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Archive for January 2012


CCP exhibition- National Indigenous Photo- Media Forum

– posted by Sally

Sally is doing a workshop at the CCP on Feb 9th. She will be doing folio reviews on the 10th.

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Fiona Wolf’s new web site.

– posted by Sally

Fiona Wolf

Wolfwerk Photography is spring cleaned! There is new work to see

There's new images taken during the year 2011 and of course some all time favorites. It is a mix of personal work and commissioned work.

New features on the website are the books, which are now available to buy (print on demand) at Momento Pro.

2011 Portfolio Book

Girls n Cars- The ultimate Collection in 2 versions

(more books available- search for Wolfwerk on the Momento Pro shop)


Bonnie Savage shoots for Gourmet Traveller.

– posted by Sally

Gourmet Traveller commissioned me to shoot a feature story on a small town in Laos. 

After 3 days and nights of solid rain the skies eventually cleared and I was able to get some great shots.
I'm not sure whether the best part was shooting portraits of locals on farms or staying in some heart stoppingly amazing accommodation....

Bonnie Savage


Lauren Massimo AAD Graduation exhibition.

– posted by Sally

Lauren Massimo recently graduated from AAD This is one of her final projects.

The Can It Campaign is about celebrating the real Australian VB drinker. I’ve developed an idea to excite and involve consumers with the brand. The competition requirements are that people need to create functional objects using their recycled cans. The concept is about encouraging recycling and increasing sales. Can It would run for 3 months, during the Australian summer and cricket season to coincide with VB’s major sponsorship. The main idea is to give consumers an opportunity to get grubby with the brand, get together with mates and create conversation- something VB prides itself on.

Art Director- Lauren Massimo
Photographer- Kerry Pryor


Photo for Freedom

– posted by Sally

This 2011 YGAP Photo for Freedom project is a photographic study of daily life and work around the remote Lake Volta region in Ghana. The project aim is to raise public awareness of child slavery and raise funds to contribute to anti-trafficking work. Children as young as three years old are being sold by their relatives into the world of slavery.

See the stunning and award-winning images created by Melbourne based Australian photographer, Tom Goldner. The exhibition is part of St Kilda Festival.

Proceeds raised will go directly to the communities affected.

Photo For Freedom
YGAP (Y Generation Against Poverty)
12–14 Grey St, St Kilda
3rd February – 16th February 2012
Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 12pm to 7pm
FREE – Open to general public


National Indigenous Photo-Media Forum

– posted by Sally

Melbourne 8 – 10 February 2010

Where: ACMI at Federation Square, Melbourne
Cost: Free for Indigenous artists. A registration fee applies for all other attendees.
Forum Pass: Full $275, Concession $250 (inc. GST).
Registration: Registration is essential and covers all Forum programs, events and catering including the Forum dinner with keynote speaker Marcia Langton at Sofitel Melbourne on Collins.

More information is available on the ccp website.


Peter Casamento’s New Folio

– posted by Sally

Peter is one of Melbourne’s busiest photographers. It has taken him an entire year to get back to me so we can update his folio.
He is always working on a project or travelling to far flung parts of the world.
Peter’s folio is an eclectic mix of urban landscapes, people and places. He is a very easy going talented guy and a joy to work with.
Here are 3 of my favourite spreads from his folio.


Centre for Contemporary Photography.

– posted by Sally

Exhibition 12 December 2011– 8 February 2012

Summer Night Projection Window
Studies in Rising and Falling – Kiribati
John Howland and Anna-Maria O'Keeffe
As joint recipients of the 2009 Commonwealth Connections International Arts Residency, artists John Howland and Anna-Maria O'Keeffe travelled to the Pacific nation of Kiribati for four months to develop artworks in response to sea levels rising and climate change.

This video features footage from the interiors of fresh water wells (Te Maneba) and the setting and retrieval of eel traps (Te Uu) in the ocean. The work was produced with the assistance of local eel fishermen and permission of owners of the wells. To capture the well imagery a system of fishing line and scaffold made from local materials was assembled, allowing a waterproof camera to be lowered slowly into the wells. The observational footage shows two aspects of daily life in Kiribati, which has remained largely unchanged in the long history of subsistence living and continues in accordance with natural rhythms.

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Sidestreets and Laneways

– posted by Kerry

Melbourne Photographer Peter Casamento is one of the MAP photographers exhibiting in Sidestreets and Laneways.


Kristin Diemer- A Dingo Fence and Mallee Roots: Victorian Farming on the Fringe

– posted by Sally

A Dingo Fence and Mallee Roots: Victorian Farming on the Fringe

A photography exhibition by Kristin Diemer 
17 January – 4 February 2012
45 Flinders Lane

Opening Tuesday Jan 17, 5-7pm

About the project:

An intimate portrait of farming across a harsh but stunning landscape…

Located in North West Victoria on the edge of Lake Hindmarsh, the McKenzies have spent their lives farming their original family homestead. As none of their children have remained on the farm, Kristin was commissioned to document the family's final years of farming, planning for their retirement and eventual move away from the area. Kristin was invited into their home and in effect became a member of their family. Together they shared some of the wettest and driest years in the farm's history. 

As featured on ABC radio Bush Telegraph (October 3)


James Knowler has a blog too…..

– posted by Kerry

Have a look.



– posted by Sally

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