Andrew photographed a team of Liver Transplant Surgeons mid operation, to 17 years later, having the same team perform a Liver Transplant on him. After his successful transplant, Andrew then photographed these same surgeons performing a transplant and travelled an exhibition of the images. A woman wrote to Andrew saying, that because of seeing his exhibition, her husband's organs were donated, and 5 lives were saved.
My new film about Charles Jenkins will premiere on October 20th at the Wesley Anne. The film explores writing, recording and life affirming events leading up to When I Was On The Moon - the stripped back, critically acclaimed 2019 Charles Jenkins album. A very large smorgasbord of musical performances from across his entire career will follow. Tickets $15 only Ticket Link: https://www.trybooking.com/BFKGD
"Completely soul filling", is how Leisha Jungalwalla describes her gig chasing lifestyle of living out of a van. With Cat Leahy they form Rock Indie band "This Way North", and together they drive from show to show around Australia and abroad. For the rest of us, "their is always a part of us that holds ourselves back", which is why I made this film, to demonstrate what can be achieved if we just go for it. Societal norms often impede our creativity and possibilities, yet these women work incredibly hard at their craft, creating and clutching life goals, showing us all, life is to be lived... not watched.
Closing The Caravan - Documentary WINNER PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD - SHORTCUTS FILM FESTIVAL 2018
From over 1,800 entries, 'Closing the Caravan' was awarded People's Choice Awards at Melbourne's Shortcuts Film Festival.
'Broderick Smith Documentary' Broderick Smith, one of Australia's greatest music frontmen, explores the dichotomy of fame as a musician, and the entrapment of a long ago era by his fans. "How many times do I want to hear somebody come up to me and say 'I saw you at Sunbury' ?"
Chris Wilson's 'Live at the Continental' - Documentary Chris Franklin's short film explores the bond between Chris Wilson and Shane O’Mara, being forged through their love of music and playing live and cemented on the 20th May 1994 when they and Jex Saarelaht recorded Chris Wilson's 'Live at the Continental'.