Join us at The Photography Room for a one night slideshow presentation by Australian photographer and member of the Oculi Collective, Nick Moir. Nick will present a slide show of his most recent photographs, made on a ten-day storm chasing expedition in Tornado Alley, taking in the American states of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Nick will provide commentary about his work and practice, taking questions from the audience throughout the evening. This presentation is the first public screening of Nick's new work, a world premiere, if you will.
Nick was first employed as a photographer at The Sydney Morning Herald in 1993, covering daily news, politics and crime. In the late 90's Nick started specialising in severe weather and bushfire photography and has continued covering major weather events in Australia and overseas since then.
Nick was awarded Australian Press Photographer of the Year in 2002 and won a World Press Photo Award in 2003. Nick was invited to the Walkley Advisory Board as a photojournalism specialist in 2013, and continues to cover stories pertaining to weather and the environment.
Nick co-founded Oculi photo collective in 1999 and lives in Sydney with his wife and four children.
This is an opportunity to see one of Australia's finest documentary photographers show and talk about his work. An event not to be missed.
$10 at the door.
A selection of Eden Road wines and will be served.