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street photography adam robert young brisbane July 04

Brisbane Street – 2016-2017

So the masters is done, so I now have no excuse to neglect this blog anymore! While I’ve been away, I’ve been amassing a collection of images from my random wandering around Brisbane. So here’s a selection from the last year or so. I’m just gonna post and run, but keep an eye out for […]

December 08

Courtney – a work in progress

This week until Saturday you can see images from my current work in progress at QCA’s Project Gallery on Grey Street, South Bank (Brisbane). //embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js The photos are part of a story that follows the life of Courtney, who battles with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). This disorder disrupts a person’s relationships and sense of self […]

March 12

Impressions of Brisbane

It was a rainy Friday in Brisbane. The city centre was alive with activity as workers rushed out to grab a bite during their lunch break, and shoppers busied themselves with the task of filling their wardrobe with even more threads. Lately I’ve been thinking about expression in photography. The ability to communicate mood is […]

street photography Adam Robert Young Unstaged gallery Brisbane December 12

Street photography show – today only – South Brisbane!

Hey all, just a quick note to let you know some of my photography from the “Unstaged” street photography series will be on display in a one-day pop-up gallery on Melbourne Street near South Bank (just around the corner from GOMA and the Performing Arts Centre)… …TODAY! It’d be great if you could grab and […]

Adam Robert Young November 27

Two Down, One to Go…

November’s been a busy one, but a good one. October saw me wrap up the first year of my Masters degree (on a pretty decent note), and this month I turned my focus to getting my work from this year “out there”. I was pleased to be invited to be a part of two separate […]

November 10

An upcoming exhibition in Brisbane…

I’ve never been superstitious. In fact, I’m the kind of person who goes out of his way to walk under ladders, open umbrellas indoors and god knows how many mirrors I’ve broken, so I was quite excited to find out that the opening night for the upcoming group exhibition “In Plain Sight” will fall on […]

Vietnamese sand art June 30

Vietnamese sand art

When I heard I was to do photos for a story on Vietnamese sand artists, I had no idea whatsoever what sand art actually was. I had seen artists who did realtime art using sand on a backlit panel – a constantly changing work that was skillfully manipulated by the artist to morph from one […]