Framelines is a quarterly publication of an 'online and eco friendly' magazine. My role is to fill the centre spread called 'What We See' and I joined the team at edition 6 following a publication of 'The Shore' in edition 4. I explore the theme of each release and relate it directly to Melbourne, our home.
Below are my (pre-editied) articles in PDF format:
All images are under copyright control. © 1999-2009 Nick Kind. All rights reserved.
A new collection of pictures I call Interference is currently showing at the Brunswick Street Gallery in Fiztroy, Melbourne, Australia.
I created these last year on a shoot with fellow photographer Bronwen Hyde who did a fantastic job of modeling and helping me
The exhibition runs from the 4th - 27th June. If you fancy a glass of wine, come along to the Opening night on Friday 4th June from 6pm.
Gallery opens 7 days a week 10am - 10pm.Other bits...
Framelines Edition #8. Follow my work in 'What We See', my section that brings part of the magazine back to Melbourne. This time I found myself looking down into the reflections of the puddles created by the rain..... My personal favorites - Pic 01, Pic 02, and Pic 03. For more information on my articles click here or please visit Framelines Magazine.
Apollo Bay Music Festival. This time I had my earplugs in as I was allowed 'access all areas' to this pumping front row seat. Check out new shots for The Vasco Era, +2, +3, +4, Illzilla, +2, +3, Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3, +2, +3, Dirt River Radio, +2, Flacco & The Sandman, and Felicity Urquhart. Enjoy!
Free brushes! If you fancy a playtime, have a look at some of my home made Adobe Photoshop brushes. Click here for a high and low resolution collection.