FILMOGRAPHY

SALVADOR DALI: HIS INSPIRATION - THE EMPORDÀ (13 MINUTE TRIPTYCH FILM)

DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, NGV PRODUCTION (2009)

Triptych of films displayed at the NGV as part of the Dali exhibition. Filmed in Catalonia, Spain.


JULIE GOUGH - “WE WALKED ON A CARPET OF STARS” (26 MINUTE FILM)

DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, EDITOR, CREATIVE COWBOY PRODUCTION (2007)

Film about the work of artist Julie Gough that traces the links and references to Aboriginal Tasmania and crosses the bridge to the heart of contemporary culture at the Biennale of Sydney.
Filmed in Tasmania and New South Wales.
Link to excerpt of the film


"BUGATTI CARLO REMBRANDT ETTORE JEAN”: THE BUGATTI FAMILY (SHORT FILM)

DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER , NGV PRODUCTION (2009)

Film display in exhibition space and online, filmed in Victoria.
link to the NGV exhibition online page


WILLIAM BARAK: THE BARAK COMMISSIONS (SHORT FILMS)

DIRECTOR - CINEMATOGRAPHER, NGV PRODUCTION (2012)

Four films about William Barak and the artists Jonathan Jones and Vernon Ah Kee. Also links to the online display.
link to the film: Barak Commissions: The Felton Bequest Artists
link to the film: Vernon Ah Kee: Investigating “Ideas of Barak”
link to the film: Jonathan Jones: Transitions
link to the film: William Barak at Coranderrk
link to the NGV project online page


TRADITION AND TRANSFORMATION - Australian Indigenous art

PRODUCER - DIRECTION - FILMMAKER - NGV PRODUCTION - 2009
Awards: Finalist ATOM awards 2009 - Melbourne

Understand, teach and learn about Indigenous art. A vibrant website about Australian Indigenous art that is filled with artworks, stories, photographs, maps and videos, as well as classroom activities and teacher resources.
link to the exhibition online resource


NAPOLEON: REVOLUTION TO EMPIRE (FILMS FOR EXHIBITION)

DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, NGV PRODUCTION (2011)

Films for the Napoleon: Revolution to Empire exhibition, illustrating and contextualising the Empire style and Malmaison.
Filmed in Paris, Fontainebleau, Malmaison, Versailles and Compiègne.


“TEA AND ZEN” (17 MINUTE FILM)

DIRECTOR, ART DIRECTION, NGV PRODUCTION (2010)

Demonstration of Japanese Tea ceremony, on display in exhibition and online.


“THE WEEPING WOMAN” - PICASSO ( 19 MINUTE FILM)

PRODUCER, DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, NGV PRODUCTION (2006)

Film inspired by the exhibition ‘Picasso: Love & War 1935-1945’. Filmed in France.
link to the NGV exhibition online page


WISDOM OF THE MOUNTAIN: ART OF THE ÖMIE ( 6 SHORT FILMS)

DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, NGV PRODUCTION (2009)

First exhibition of contemporary art from Papua New Guinea to be presented at the NGV, comprising performances of the songs and stories that are an integral part of the creation of the Omie bark cloth. Filmed in Sydney.


“PRESERVING THE PAST, ENRICHING THE FUTURE” (26 MINUTE FILM)

DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, NGV PRODUCTION (2008)

Tells the story of the processes of conservation employed in the NGV, for a display in the NGV’s exhibition space. Filmed in Melbourne.
link to the NGV exhibition online page


“MAKING A MARK” - PRINTS AND DRAWINGS GIFTED BY IAN BROWN

PROCESS OF COLLECTING PRINTS AND DRAWINGS (15 MINUTE FILM)

DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, NGV PRODUCTION (2008)

The Portrait and interview of noted collector Ian Brown. Filmed in Victoria.


MOON IN REFLECTION: THE ART OF KIM HOA TRAM (34 MINUTE FILM)

PRODUCER, CO-DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, NGV PRODUC- TION (2008)

The artist Kim Hoa Tram creates a Zen painting. With curatorial perspective by Mae Anna Pang, Senior Curator, Asian Art. Film dis- play in the NGV exhibition space.
Filmed in Melbourne.


KLIPPEL/KLIPPEL: OPUS 2008 (SHORT FILM)

DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, NGV PRODUCTION (2008)

Short film about the Klippel exhibition and its poetry.


EXILES AND EMIGRANTS: EPIC JOURNEYS TO AUSTRALIA IN THE VICTORIAN ERA (SHORT FILM)

DIRECTOR, NGV PRODUCTION (2005)

Produced for the ‘Exiles and Emi- grants’ exhibition. Film displayed in the NGV’s exhibition space.
link to the NGV exhibition online page


ROBERT JACKS: THE ARTIST’S JOURNEY (20 MINUTE FILM)

DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, EDITOR, CREATIVE COWBOY PRODUCTION (2006)

In the 1960s’ Robert Jacks was determined to live and work in New York. This film explores that journey and his eventual journey back to Australia. The film joins Jacks in contemporary Melbourne as he installs his exhibition ‘Never Ending Journey’ at the Anna Schwartz Gallery.
Filmed in Victoria.
Link to excerpt of the film


PETER CHURCHER: THE MASTER AT WORK (40 MINUTE FILM)

DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, EDITOR, CREATIVE COWBOY PRODUCTION (2005)

Peter Churcher paints people, street kids, scientists, the famous, the poor and the wealthy – the people that create the canvas of society. This film records an earlier phase of Churcher’s career as an Australian war artist in the Persian Gulf and Afghanistan.
Filmed in Victoria.
Link to excerpt of the film


JOHN WOLSELEY: THE SMOKERS HAVE TAKEN THE GOLD (35 MINUTE FILM)

DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, EDITOR, CREATIVE COWBOY PRODUCTION (2005)

John Wolseley is a powerful and entertaining communicator. ‘The Smokers have taken the gold’ is Wolseley’s unique take on the planet on which we live, using contemporary art, science, geography and philosophy. Filmed in Wyperfeld National Park, Victoria.
Link to excerpt of the film


MARIO BELLINI: ARCHITECT & DESIGNER 2003 (SHORT FILM)
360 DEGREE MULTI PROJECTION

DIRECTOR - ART DIRECTION - NGV PRODUCTION (2003)

This exhibition featured an innovative multimedia pres- entation covering Bellini’s celebrated forty-year practice in the fields of architecture and design. Celebrating the opening of NGV International, this film showcases the work of leading Italian architect and designer, Mario Bellini, the principal architect for the major NGV redevelopment.
link to the NGV exhibition online page


ART START: DISCOVER THE NGV AND ITS COLLECTIONS ( 7 FILMS)

PRODUCER, NGV ART DIRECTION, NGV PRODUCTION (2011) AND RENEGADE FILMS

Designed for teenagers, the seven films Curating, Conservation, Art Detective, Indigenous Collection, Exhibition Design, and Asian Collection go behind the scenes at the NGV to find out more about art and the Gallery. With the ‘Art Start’ model and Gallery curators as their guide, three young people explore ‘The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia’ and ‘NGV International’ to discover art treasures from around the world, from ancient Egypt artefacts to the pop art portraits of Andy Warhol.
link to the films and project
link the film “Art Start - a Day at the NGV”


PROMOTIONAL FILMS

PRODUCER - ART DIRECTION - NGV PRODUCTION

Produced and directed numerous videos promoting forth- coming NGV exhibitions, Shown on TV, cinema and online.
link to some of the NGV exhibition education promotional video