Photobook Shop Online

Screengrsb of the new Photobook store
Screengrab of the new Photobook store

Last weekend, on the 28th of March 2021, the Melbourne Photobook Collective unveiled a new shop on our website. This means my books can be purchased by anyone anywhere in the world anytime.
Exciting times indeed.
Here is the link to the shop to buy my photobooks.
If you are interested in Anne’s Bill’s or Mike’s, visit here

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Panel Discussion at The CCP

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An image from my 2018 publication, What’s the ugliest part of your body?

I am participating in a panel discussion as part of the Melbourne Art Book fair at the CCP. The title is, Connection, Restriction and Making Photobooks.

Details below in the link.

Basically we will be discussing the impact of the Covid Pandemic on our creative endeavours.

Panel Discussion: Connection, Restriction and Making Photobooks | NGV:

iPhones?

A view of my library made using my iPhone 12 Pro.
A view of my library made using my iPhone 12 Pro.

Over on Light Paths, Gary has a good article about iPhones and photography as a cultural activity. He compares the Kodak Box Brownie to todays iPhone.

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Photobook Club Melbourne?


Last weekend I participated in and helped lead a small forum discussion and talk on Photobooks. The workshop was entitled, ‘Reading Photobooks with Photobook Club Melbourne’. The event was held at the CCP in Fitzroy as part of Photo 2021

There were 8 speakers. The event lasted an hour. There were approximately 30 attendees. The attendees were split into small groups of about 10.  The speakers worked in small groups also. My group had myself, Suzanne Phoenix, and Dr. Kristian Haggblom. Each presenter was asked to bring one or two books and discuss them. In the end we all had a least 4 books each.

A small group discuss Photobooks at the CCP Fitzroy
One of several goups who discussed photobooks at the CCP on Sunday the 28th of February 2021, as part of Photo 2021 image courtesy CCP

For about 15 minutes each group there was a brief discussion about the books that were chosen. Continue reading “Photobook Club Melbourne?”