So happy to be included in the new Humble Arts Group Show #46: F*cked Up with an image from Chinese Burn and Other Stories.

Do photographs still have the ability to make us wince? The idea for this exhibition came out of an ongoing, tired question we’ve mulled about whether contemporary photography still has the power to “push boundaries” or stop us in our tracks...

Curated by Jon Feinstein.

F*cked Up group show: www.hafny.org/group-show-46-fcked-up
Read the statement: www.hafny.org/group-show-46-fcked-up-statement
About the artists: www.hafny.org/group-show-46-fcked-up-biosstatements

September 29th, 2015


I have added three previously unpublished images to Chinese Burn and Other Stories. Titled Cushion Game, 2013; My Turn, 2013; and Trampoline, 2012; they bring a darker component to the project.

August 2nd, 2015


The book Adolescence by Landscape Stories will be part of an exhibition, Italia Happening, at 21er Haus in Wien, Austria. Running from February 19th – April 30th, the exhibition examines the relationship between artistic production and the book as a medium, presenting the best contemporary productions of the last five years.


February 19th, 2015


Very pleased to announce I will be part of the QFP5 Conference: Photography and Fictions. The four day conference will run from April 23rd-26th. Go here for QFP information:


I'm also showing an image, Untitled (Wattle) 2012, via projection at the Queensland Centre for Photography in a show called Space and Place. Until April 27th.


April 19th, 2014


Untitled (2006) has been published on the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art tumblr site. Go here:


December 13th, 2013


An image from a long term project Black Mountain is on show at the Goulburn Regional Art Gallery. Untitled #18, 2012 is part of Snapshot, a monthly feature where local artists are presented in the gallery's foyer space. More info here.

I will be giving an artist talk at the gallery Thursday, June 20th at 2:30pm.

June 17th, 2013


Mia and Joel (2012), from Chinese Burn and Other Stories, has been selected as a finalist in the Josephine Ulrick Win Schubert Photography Award. From the Gold Coast City Gallery website, "From close to 300 entries, this year’s guest judge acclaimed New Zealand photographer Anne Noble has selected 65 finalists for display."

The exhibition runs until 19th May at the Gold Coast Art Gallery. GCCG link here.

April 6th, 2013


Four images from my series Chinese Burn and Other Stories will be part of a group show in Brooklyn, New York. A Thin Line Between Love and Hate explores the twinned themes of Love, Hate, and the rugged terrain between them. The exhibition will take place in two parts; Love (February 1st-12th), and Hate (February 14th-26th).


January 30th 2013


A couple of images from my Tweens series have been published in Edition: Schwaben under the project title Heimat. The term Heimat has no simple translation and denotes the relationship of a human being towards a certain spatial social unit. It forms a contrast to social alienation and usually carries positive connotations. The project is an experimental cooperation with Der Greif Magazine.


November 7th, 2012


I will be participating in the Photissima Art Fair in Turin, Italy during November with a small number of my images from Last Light. Dedicated exclusively to photography, Photissima will be dominated by photography in its multiple forms, from photo reportage to historic photography, from street photography to contemporary fine-art photography. Photissima begins November 7th. Link here:


November 5th, 2012


Landscape Stories, an independent online magazine, has featured my series Last Light in their current issue #9. It so happens I submitted Last Light to a previous issue themed Trees but I was five days past the deadline. So I'm thrilled they have included me in their current issue themed Adolescence. Find the unique LS.9 edit here;


Other contributors include Claudine Doury, Martine Fougeron, Jocelyn Lee, Nigel Shafran, Mark Steinmetz, Massimo Vitali amongst others, plus interviews with Lise Sarfati, Hiroshi Watanabe and David Stewart. These can be found under the Interviews tab.

September 4th, 2012


Encouraging news! I have been informed by the National Portrait Gallery in London that I made the second round of judging in the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize. From my early morning email:

“..although your work was not chosen to be part of the exhibition, your photograph did make it through to the second round of judging, which includes approximately 300 images. This year 2,352 photographers submitted 5,340 images for the competition and only 60 were selected for exhibition so the competition was extremely strong.”

The image of my nephew and godson James will be published here at a later date.

August 21st, 2012


I'm currrently exhibiting my series Chinese Burn and Other Stories at the QCP in Brisbane. Exhibition ends June 3rd.


May 11th, 2012


Catalogue essay of my show, Last Light, at the QCP by Dr Sally Butler. Link here.

A review by Louise Johnson at ArtsHub here.

October 14th, 2011