Australian performer and comedian Paul McDermott.
Mullangari River Ceremony, Murrumbidgee River, Canberra ACT for the Centenary of Canberra.
People who oppose offshore processing for those who seek asylum in Australia. Town Hall, Sydney (2013). Published in New Matilda.
Claire Donse, DLA Piper law firm for the NSW Law Journal.
Waiters pose for the camera before guests arrive. Canberra, Australia (2014).
Construction of Oddie Reservoir, Molonglo Valley.
Commissioned by ACTEW Water.
Photography student Alan Edwards sat for this portrait during a recent Available Light Winter workshop that I taught at PhotoAccess.
A child plays in James Turrell's Within without sculpture at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. This photograph was made during a recent Available Light Winter workshop that I taught at PhotoAccess.
Same Player Shoots Again (2014)
Self-published, 88 pages
Ed. of 150 (#1-50 with inkjet print)
Photographs by Sean Davey
Designed and edited by Jean-Pierre Viguié
Essay by Cara Hine
Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne for the Australian Financial Review.
Phil Edmands, Managing Director, Rio Tinto (Australia) for The Australian Financial Review.
Mary-Anne Kenworthy, Madame of Langtrees, Canberra, ACT for The West-Australian.
Australian Financial Review, 20 January, 2014.
Annual Report. ACTEW Water.
Dog Food & Oysters (2013)
Edition of 150
106 pages, 49 black & white photographs.
Edition of 50
Adrian Brown preforms a smoking ceremony at the Canberra Glassworks as part of the arts organisation's seventh birthday.
Commissioned by Canberra Glassworks
PhD Candidate at UNSW ADFA Tom Sear at The Australian National War Memorial.
Bawley Point, NSW (2014)
Norman and Hassan.
Canberra, ACT (2014)
42cm x 30cm inkjet print
SM Food Bar. Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (2010). (30 x 40cm, gelatin silver print)
The Canberra Color Run (2014)
Julian Burnside QC, for New Matilda.
Moruya NSW, (2008). (50 x 60cm analogue print)
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
New book featuring over 100 photographs by Canberra photographers, published by PhotoAccess. The book is available from PhotoAccess and Paperchain Bookshop in Manuka, ACT.