Opinion and Analysis

On 7th of April, I had the pleasure of working with Taymaynari Films and Nesbit Media, taking photos (stills) during filming of "Rule 1: Cardio"; a commercial that will be advertising the event/charity of the same name. Here is a selection of shots as chosen by Claudia Taylor, one of the founders of Taymaynari Films. It features zombies!!

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A first for me when it comes to candlelight photography; check out the results below, as well as the full sized photographs in my gallery.

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Three New Artworks
16 September 2012

I've been busy over the last few months and now I wish to present to you three new artworks - all of which are my finals for Year 12 Studio Arts. They can all be seen below:

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GHS Social 2012
02 September 2012

With the photos taken at the Geelong High School social earlier this week now uploaded, I think it would only be right to point out some of my personal favourite shots from the night, which can be seen below:

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It seems as though the wait for new work has been shorter than expected, as I today have some new photographs to show off! All of the below photographs have been edited using Photoshop CS5.5. You can check out the thumbnail versions below:

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Call this part three in the federal government "saga" that involves Richard Marles (who is, as I have said in past posts, sympathetic of the situation that Geelong High School has been in for the last few years) - this time, some actual media attention has been drawn to the issue relating to the funding of Geelong High School for building repairs - finally putting a face to the whole issue, as well as drawing attention from the community.

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Just an update regarding the Richard Marles visit to Geelong High School that I posted about a few weeks ago because of an email that I sent him earlier this year.

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Over the last year, I have heard many complaints and concerns of teachers and students who have to work and learn in sub-par classrooms at Geelong High School. With me being on the Student Representative Council this year, I vested it upon myself and made it an issue on my agenda that should properly be recognised by the appropriate people.Over the Christmas holidays, I sent an email on behalf of the student body at Geelong High School to several politicians; both state and federal, regarding the state of some of the facilities at Geelong High School. In particular, the school's Winstanley building where the arts and most of the technology facilities are presently located, with nothing being done to effectively improve the learning and working conditions of classrooms in this building.

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