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Here we have a selection of projects from the last few years. 
Currently re-building and updating site (April 2023). So some events I've done to share as I dig through the archives.  Crikey, there is nothing from the last 2.5 years!  I really want to share how I got live VJ performance working with 3 DJ's in MAC's Silent Discos..

November 2020

Pics in the Rig  – Tasmanian Maritime Museum

Running daily (weather permitting) till 16th Nov 2020.

A semi-permanent projection setup on Australia’s oldest floating vessel, the May Queen.

A fascinating project requiring a custom ‘sea worthy’ projection cabinet and some tricky mapping on the lycra ‘sail’.  Enjoyed working the with ship’s caretakers who I think enjoyed the challenges of rigging a sail daily on such an old boat.  The May Queen cannot take full sails anymore due to her delicate age 

The video includes vintage footage of the May Queen at work, short Films and elements from the Australian Antarctic Division.

Facebook Event Page here:  Pics In The Rig

October 2020

My first exhibit is now done and dusted. :-)

Thank you to all that came to the exhibit!  If you have feedback or want to contact me then please do feel free to email (see below).

It was quite an exciting learning experience with heaps of great feedback.

With this feedback I am now exploring creating a website for print sales, further exhibits in the future and experimenting with the idea of a 3D Light Field Photo book.

If you would like to be notified by email when any of the above happens just send me a email and I will put you on my announce list.  (emails on this list are 100% private and only used for announcing the above).


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Things of note from the exhibit:

-People all have different eyesight and folks had wide ranging experiences with depth etc, all seem to enjoy it.
-Some folks with glasses find it better to have the 3d classes *behind* their spectacles.
-People really like interactive things.
-I think we gave away over 350 pairs of red/blue paper and cellophane glasses (biodegrades) that folks took home. I can now post 3D images online knowing there are more that can view them 
-The folks at Moonah Arts Center were amazing with sharing their experience and guiding the exhibit.