A celebration of ascension, the process of overcoming obstacles both external and internal, from climbing rocks to growing through love. To try something challenging, sweaty palms and racing heart, to fall and get back up again, to experience dizzying elation and the ancient peace of the desert.

In my first-ever solo exhibition and photography book, I’ve collated some of my favourite photographs from over 500 film photos taken on a trip with my partner last year through 10 countries (South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Egypt and Jordan) primarily on the African continent. Photography, climbing, drawing and journalling all create a dialogue between myself and the landscape, which I hope to commemorate through this creation. I hope wherever you are, you’re able to connect and celebrate the land you are on.
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in collaboration with Grace Lillian Lee

“Created to be worn and embodied, her body armours are a reflection of a philosophy of shared knowledge. Having lived most of her life with her [Torres Strait Islander] lineage suppressed, Grace explores the complex debate of power, gender and cultural identity through the act of weaving.”