Late last year I was lucky enough to be chosen to be part of the Creative Sydney construction site hoarding project run by City of Sydney. Its a great project that's designed to bring colour and creativity to sites across the city. Recently my work " The Terminal Face of the Perito Moreno Glacier" was installed at Wentworth Park in Glebe. It looks fantastic and I love being able to bring some of the wild grandeur of Patagonia to inner city Sydney. You can read more about the project here.
I shot this work back in March 2016 at the eponymous glacier in Los Llaciares National Park in Argentina as we traversed the glacial lake via boat, and is made up of around 50 separate shots joined together. I did a hike across the ice around 5km up the glacier, with crystal blue lakes of meltwater on the surface, surrounded by snow covered mountains. Truly an awe inspiring experience.
Head on down to Wentworth Park in Glebe for a glimpse of Patagonia yourself!