Memoentary and long-haul ventures of Michelle’s lens-based practice
Home sweet home
(In the Age of Climate Distress)
For many the “sweet” is bitter this year after devastating floods wiped out swathes of Australian families’ homes and generations of memories. The rebuild starts …
Last year lockdown, this year Blackdown
Toad roadkill on Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia
From coastal clear skies to Eucalyptus regeneration after bushfires, along fields of cattle, weaving through fern forests and then deep into the dark, rugged wilderness in the rain.
Death on the Street is a showcase of over 300 snapshots of animals captured and portrayed in a sequence of where they died in relation to the road.
Using a similar set-up to photographing food mould, this series of microscopic images delves into the intimate anatomy of budding flowers on the verge of burgeoning.
While Melbourne is under lockdown local street artists take to the streets with 100 square metres of barrier mesh, 35 kilometres of barricade tape and 2,500 cable ties.
A new approach to looking at food mould using a specially designed photographic set-up and handcrafted lighting.
The south-western monsoon brings rainfall over tea plantations in Hill Country of Sri Lanka