WOMAdelaide 2020: Day Four Wrap Up

WHAT: WOMADelaide Festival & Adelaide FestivalWHERE: Botanic ParkWHEN: 6-9 March 2020 The final day of WOMAD has come and it was a bittersweet one. Today was a bit slower than other days, you need it after a long weekend! But we still managed to see quite a few good acts, including starting the day at the Chai tent having one last WOMAD drink. Odette Odette … Continue reading WOMAdelaide 2020: Day Four Wrap Up

Exhibition Review: Diane Arbus – American Portraits

What: Diane Arbus: American Portraits Where: Gallery 23, The Art Gallery of South Australia When: 14 July 2018 – 30 September 2018 Who: Diane Arbus: American portraits is a National Gallery of Australia Exhibition. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government’s Visions of Australia program. Cost: Free  The Art Gallery of South Australia is currently home to thirty-six rare vintage photographs by iconic photographer … Continue reading Exhibition Review: Diane Arbus – American Portraits

Photo Journal: Children of Nepal

“The soul is healed by being with children.” — Fyodor Dostoyevsky These photographs were taken between 2011 and 2015 when I had the opportunity to go to Nepal. The primary purpose was bringing medical aid to Nepalese school children through the organisation Gospel for Asia. Through these experiences I have discovered a great affection and appreciation for the young children that words cannot express. Through … Continue reading Photo Journal: Children of Nepal

Photo Journal: Women of Vietnam

I was lucky enough to visit Vietnam for the first time this year. In my short time there, it was evident from my observations just how significant a role that women play in society. I would see them working day and night, and then also observe their dual responsibilities for the home. Forget gender roles in the workforce, I saw women in jobs traditionally undertaken … Continue reading Photo Journal: Women of Vietnam