Saturday night I had the pleasure of photographing the Midnight Messengers @Providore Place, Devonport. It's great to see a local band providing excellent live music at a local venue.
This River; given the name Mersey less than 200 years ago, has been running its course for millennia, well before people inhabited this land. It sustains life and spirit, divides and connects, provides energy and profit. We try to constrain it, dam and drained it, but its true strength is revealed in the landscapes it has defined.
Spring is progressing and fishing is back in season, last weekend we headed out on a Tasventure to a stretch of river that we'd never visited before.
Great to just let the hours fly by, looking forward to many more river adventures.
I've been developing my cave photography skills with Deb Hunter, under the rolling hills of Mole Creek.
Deb runs Wild Cave Tours through a number of caves in the Mole Creek Karst National Park. Deb has a great deal of knowledge to share about the caves, landscape and history of the area, she's a fully licenced Cave Guide so if you're looking for an adventure talk to Deb.
The annual Devonport Jazz Festival; intermate venues, diverse performers and jazz styles. Local talent and international stars lit up Devonport and the surrounding towns from Thursday to Sunday.
So pleased to have been involved in the annual Tarkine in Motion Collaborative Exhibition, curtesy of The Bob Brown Foundation.
Not only did I contribute work for the exhibition, I was able to head down to The Long Gallery at Salamanca Arts Centre to help hang some of the work and photograph the opening event.
If you have the opportunity make your way to the gallery to view the art and even buy some of the art to help support the protection of takayna/Tarkine, it's open through to the 29th of July.
Exhibition Opening, Wednesday 17th July
This collaborative work made with Dave mangenner Gough was recently give the Curator's Award at the Bay of Fire Art Prize.
Tasmanian based, New Zealand born