MAMA National Photography Prize Exhibtion

I have my work, Lightbulb, 2014, included in the Murray Art Museum Albury 2016 Photography Prize exhibition. This work was created with one of my scanner cameras and is available in an edition of 5. 40x40cm.

Lightbulb print version


More than 100 works by 65 established and emerging photographers will be showcased in the 2016 MAMA National Photography Prize exhibition opening on Saturday 21 May. The works of the 2016 finalists, which tackle the themes of Narrative, Object, Landscape, Portrait, Documentary and Construct will be on show, and available for purchase throughout the duration of the exhibition.

Established in 1983, the biennial prize is the longest-running and, at $50,000, among the most lucrative, acquisitive photography prizes in Australia. More than 90 works have been acquired by MAMA since the award’s inception, adding to and enriching the museum’s superb collection of more than 1000 photographic works.

Check it out here


Previously, I was also recently included in the Perth Centre for Photography’s CLIP Awards. My landscape work Magic Playground, 2013 was exhibited. Edition of 3, 2 available.

Magic Playground