Aftershock: 2011 Christchurch earthquake changed the shape, culture and history of my birth town forever. I was compelled to go home and record the real effect of the destruction on the locals to rest my soul due to the lack of coverage in Australia in mainstream media.
Shadows in The Water: a documentary protest by well known Tasmanian artists and two local timber millers turned furniture makers. Launceston Artists exhibited in the Tamar valley and the gallery. The old growth forests were being reduced to paper pulp and replaced by plantation trees causing the town’s drinking water to become clogged with dangerous chemicals.
Landmines: well known photojournalist John Rodsted held his exhibition at the Addison Road Gallery in Marrickville Sydney 2005. His photos and discussions of Bosnian landmine victims tell their stories more powerfully than words to draw our attention to the horrors of a war that never ends for these civilians. He names the corporations who still
manufacture these weapons that are complicit in continuous war crimes.