First test still taken with new Kowa anamorphic lens.
New filming location in Irish Town, Victoria.
Road-trip to Western NSW to film some desert country. Intense heat and light but amazing to experience such an ancient landscape. Entrance to Lake Mungo.
One of the few times I saw water on this trip - salt pond in Lake Mungo National Park.
The primordial lake-bed of Mungo.
The Perry Desert Dunes in the early morning light. Amazingly silent place. This tree is reportedly over 400 years old and around 20 feet in height but has almost been covered by the sands. Eerie to walk up to the canopy of such a huge tree.
Researching historical uses of cinematic space… The above image is from a live performance of Abel Gance’s ‘Napoleon’, recreated in original Polyvision - the first ever known use of triptych in cinema.
Alan Lamb’s Last Anzac…
Wonderings around the Cootamundra district while attending the WIRED Lab master class… Sarah Last and Dave Burraston’s beautiful property and home to The WIRED Lab collective.
The Shirley Hotel, Bethungra
Storm clouds gathering over the main street in Cootamundra town.