The world we live in is an amazing place.
Photography is the way I interpret it and express my reaction to it.
My inspiration comes from the unspoilt vast landscapes and wild places of the earth which have been created solely by the forces of nature, from man’s endeavours and the structures he has created in order to survive, from the minutiae of life, the tiny flower centres or the structure of a leaf, from the harmony of colour and shape displayed in nature,and the light that falls between shadows.
I enjoy manipulating and creating images which explore my feelings and reactions to an event or location. I find this to be more intriguing than producing a straight photograph which records an instant in time and over which I have no influence or control.
I am working on improving my use of photography to better express the emotions I feel in a situation, rather than to just record the event.
2007 – 2008 – Three exhibitions by Equinox Art at the Palm House Gallery, Sydney.
2012 Head On: joint exhibition“dark room to light room”[Northside Creative Photography] at The Incinerator Art Space, Willoughby.
2013 Head On: joint exhibition“Figure and Form”[Nebuli Arts] at Gallery Lane Cove, Lane Cove.
2014 Head On: joint exhibition“Changeable Art”[Nebuli Arts] at North Sydney.
2015 joint exhibition“Catching the Light”[Northside Creative Photography] at the Foyer Exhibition Space in Chatswood”
2015 joint exhibition“Catching the Light”[Northside Creative Photography] at Ku-ring-gai Council Chambers.
2015 Head On: joint exhibition“Unseen Sense”[Nebuli Arts] at The Incinerator Art Space, Willoughby.
2017 Head On: joint exhibition“Sea Fever”[Nebuli Arts] at Art Space on the Concourse, Chatswood.
2010 – Bronze Award in the Better Photography Competition.
My future goals and aspirations are to develop the more creative style of my photography, whilst continuing to improve my technical skills both in capturing and processing digital images. By doing this, I would hope to improve the public perception of photography as an art form.
See more of Alison’s work in the Nebuli gallery