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As founder and Festival Director of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale [formerly the Daylesford International Foto biennale] I had the responsibility of curating the Core Exhibition programs at the Daylesford and Ballarat Foto Biennales for six festivals [a total of between 20 -25 shows at each festival]  Over that period I developed a formula whereby half the artists were internationals, and a major criteria was that the work had not been previously shown in Australia thus always keeping the Core Program fresh.  My independent curatorial projects include ‘The Wizards of Oz’ group show in 2014, ‘Old School New School’ group show in 2017, and Judith Crispin’s solo show ‘The Dingo’s Noctuary’ in 2019  at the Pingyao International Photography Festival in China. In 2019 I also curated ‘Antipodean Mnemonic’ a group show by 8 Australian and New Zealand photographers at  Photo Baohe, Hefei, China. I am currently working on an important exhibition that references the Holocaust by two high profile international photographers. 

In 2019 I curated two shows at the Pingyao International Photo festival in China, my own exhibition 'Rodents Mort', and Judith Crispin's 'The Dingo's Noctuary'. Images from both shows were made with camera-less techniques.

The Wizards of Oz show, which featured 8 Australian artists who had appeared in previous Core Programs at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, of which I was Festival Director, appeared at the Pingyao International Photo festival, Shanxi Province, China in 2014.

In 2017 was invited to curate this exhibition at China's oldest and biggest photography festival, the Pingyao International Photo festival, held annually in Pingyao Ancient City, Shanxi Province. 'Old School - New School' showed the work of 8 international  photographic artists making photography with old processes, sometimes exploring new themes, and new processes sometimes exploring old concepts. Old School - New School featured 3 Australian, 4 US and 1 Polish photographers.

In 2019 I was invited to curate a photographic exhibition at Photo BaoHe in the city of Hefei in Anhui Province, China. The show was titled 'Antipodean Mnemonic' and featured 8 photographic artists from Australia and New Zealand. The show received a handsome trophy as the winner of the international curators award

'Rodents Mort' my own exhibition of work made on a flatbed scanner appeared at the Pingyao International Photo festival in 2019. I also had a solo

show 'Volt' in 2016 and appeared in a collaboration with Sandra Chen Weinsteinm 'Circumstance'

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