Print: An Australian Summer II

8" x 10" (20.3 x 25.4cm)
 Inkjet fine art print on Moab Summerset Museum Rag 300 paper,
stamped and dated on the reverse by the photographer.

"An Australian Summer" was a project spanning three consecutive summers leading into the mid-2010s, documenting experiences and adventures while exploring the state of Victoria with friends.

Photographed at St. Johns Wood on the Mornington Peninsula during the second of the three summers in January 2014, this print showcases the spectacle of a mid-afternoon backflip – a perfect summer day bringing the crowds and an added sense of theatre to the occasion.

The project culminated in a trilogy of keepsake zines, with select work exhibited at the Clement Meadmore Gallery in Port Melbourne, and the Salon at Centre of Contemporary Photography in Fitzroy where it recieved the award for best action shot.

As these prints are made to order there may be 1 to 2 week delay to dispatch.
Inkjet printing (sometimes known as giclée) is an art printing process, where tiny dots of ink are sprayed through a series of nozzles on to paper. The result is exceptional detail and a wider colour gamut than is possible with traditional photographic C-type prints.