Photo Essay #06 / with Hattie Molloy

Photo Essay #06 / with Hattie Molloy

Earlier this month, Melbourne florist Hattie Molloy discussed her favourite pieces of the season while doing what she does best in her beautiful studio.
Photo Essay #05 / Girl and the Sea

Photo Essay #05 / Girl and the Sea

Tumultuous, joyous and able to calm us just standing at it's shore. Jess Ruscoe distills the girl and the sea, featuring our Pre-Fall 19 Collection.
AW19 at Wylie's Bath

AW19 at Wylie's Bath

Lee Mathews' 2019 Winter collection was captured at Wylies Baths, a heritage-listed sea pool in Sydney, where locals practice a ritualised re-visiting even as the season changes. 
Photo Essay #04 / Idée fixe

Photo Essay #04 / Idée fixe

We made it out by dawn, to the wild country where the bush meets the farmland. 

There was a fox slinking through the field in the cool morning stillness, fur damp from the dew, unhurried and unworried by the cattle and egrets.

We shot until the day was too warm, the sun too harsh. We captured the red flame of a silk dress in the field, striped cotton in the silvery grass. They represent a fascination, or fixation, with the strange symmetry between humans and the natural world.

Photo Essay #03 / Skeletons Of The Feast

Photo Essay #03 / Skeletons Of The Feast

 I saw what seemed to be a preoccupation with the fulfilment that a secular, everyday working life can bring. God rarely featured, but demonstrations of wealth and enterprise did, and they seemed to be coupled with an acute awareness of death. 
Photo Essay #02 / Yesterday

Photo Essay #02 / Yesterday

Shot on 35mm film by Marguerite Moloney in her hometown of Byron Bay, Yesterday captures a sense of the bygone in a familiar suburban landscape, eerie for its deserted institutional spaces, hinting at memories from a previous life.
LM Photo Essay #01 / The Space In-Between

LM Photo Essay #01 / The Space In-Between

5 girls and a camera. Referencing 'The Space In-Between' By Marina Abramovic, pairs embrace and interact in an abstract cinematic environment. Photographed in Southern Sydney as the first of an on-going series providing our emerging artists with a platform to explore mediums and ideas.