In Braddock, a number spray painted on a building indicates that it is to be taken down.
Last year while in Braddock I watched a WTAE crew of two interviewed a man for a documentary they were working on. 226 more words
This year I have spent more time in my darkoom than I can remember since I built it in 2002. The second group exhibition I’m involved in opens on Saturday the 1st of October 2016, and is on view until, the 4th of November, at the ‘Light Gallery’ at the CCP, 138 Richmond Road, Marleston, South Australia. 310 more words
When I think about the numerous mistakes I’ve made I sometimes wonder what would have happened if I had made a different choice. Looking back and figuring out what the mistakes were is a simple matter, but changing the consequences does not always mean that a more beneficial outcome would have resulted. 279 more words
In David Campany’s Between the Snapshot and Staged Photography he writes, “A single photograph might be described as narrative if it suggests a situation or scene that extends beyond its spatial and temporal frame.” Many of the abstracts that were photographed in Braddock fit this description, some more obviously than others. 42 more words