12 Months Over…

As part of my work with satellite images from Geoscience Australia and the Digital Earth Australia platform, I produced a series of “time-lapse” mosaic images, showing changing environmental and atmospheric conditions over a period of 12 months in 2016, in a range of significant sites across Australia. These images are part of my ongoing exploration of how creative uses of satellite data can both reinforce the environmental monitoring function of the Landsat program and introduce new conceptual and artistic dimensions.

I’m very pleased to announce that “12 Months over the Nullarbor Plain ” has been shortlisted for the 2018 Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award at the Gold Coast Home of the Arts. Earlier in 2018, “12 Months Over the Gulf of Carpentaria” was shortlisted in the Head On Photo Festival in Sydney, and shown also at the Auckland Festival of Photography.