Akubra is Australian for Hat
The Exhibition Akubra is Australian for Hat is based on the book of the same name by Grenville Turner published by Andrews McMeel. The book is a series of images depicting Australian people and their hats, as well as comments about their lives and why they wear a hat.
Losing Eden - The Decline of the Macquarie Marshes 1997-2007
This collection of images documents the tragic decline of the Macquarie Marshes over a ten year period.
Land Sea and Light
This exhibtition of images was made to show the variety of images Grenville Turner has produced for the rooms of some of Australia's most exclusive hotels.
The Stockmen of Tempe Downs and The Flinders Ranges are my two current book projects. Both are well underway and with the Flinders Ranges, it has been a reall treat to get back into some serious landscape work. Perhaps the most exciting part about this for me, is that after almost two years of shooting people and digital photography I'm now back into film and the pano cameras.
The Tempe Downs project has been an amazing experience, working with the aboriginal men catching wild camels, wild horses and wild bulls. If you'd like a preview of some of the images: Urrampinyi - this link takes you outside my normal website and is without a link back here.
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I am currently working more as a videographer on short documentaries and corporate videos. In 1966, I joined the BBC in London as a film assistant. By 1971, after a year with the ABC in Sydney my interest in photography was pursued and I became involved in advertising photography. In 2008 whilst freelancing for AAP I was under constant preassure to produce video segments for news. In 2014, I rejoined the ABC for a year's contract as a cameraman and after completion of the contract in 2015, returned to photography and videography