pro bono, paid, trade, and personal projects
I believe in the idea that we can all vote everyday through the dedication of time, energy, and ideas. As such, I often photograph events and programs for select local causes that I care about.
I am interested in pro bono, paid, trade, and personal projects with other local groups, specifically those associated with the below areas of particular interest.
AREAS OF PARTICULAR INTEREST
ENVIRONMENTAL PRESERVATION & REGENERATION \\
through improved land use management, reduced consumeristic behaviours and mass-production, improved waste management, and increased innovation in the production of goods, food, and services that have regard to the knowledge and wisdom of First Nations people and make use of elements that regenerate rather than degrade the land.
of indigenous culture, power, history, resilience, land, custom, experience, wisdom, as well as ongoing disenfranchisement, subjugation, and mistreatment.
HUMAN RIGHTS & DIGNITY \\
through inclusive and humane immigration and criminal justice policies, legislation, and community engagement.
of vulnerable and historically mistreated populations including: women and non-binary individuals, transgender persons, immigrants, people who identify as having a physical or intellectual disability, indigenous and non-white-identifying people.
SOME PAST PROJECTS
NATIONAL INDIGENOUS FIRE WORKSHOP | connecting people, country & culture.
THE MORE YOU KNOW | photo essay collaboration with local former refugee support organisation (SCARF)
Personal Life | SOME SNAPS ON FILM FROM TIME TO TIME
I’ve previously worked with or volunteered for the following groups: + SCARF (Strategic Community Assistance for Refugee Families) + Hidden Harvest + Forever Projects + Moving Mountains Gallery + Pretty Good Art Gallery + Office of Environment and Heritage + Plastic Free Wollongong + Recycle Yo Ride + The Youth Food Movement + Conservation Volunteers Australia + WAMINDA – South Coast Women’s Health & Welfare Aboriginal Corporation + Coomaditchie United Aboriginal Corporation + Cape York Natural Resources Management + Firesticks + Children’s Ground