The Queensland University of Technology has asked me to continue on as an Adjunct Professor in their Creative Industries faculty for a further three years.
So this week I’ll be in Brisbane, holding a master class for film students, and judging the student “pitches” for their productions next year.
I’m driving up, and last night I stayed in Goodiwindi, a small country town on the border of New South Wales and Queensland.
I love Goondi, as the locals call it. It is a quintessential Queensland bush town.
This morning before sunrise I went for a walk with a new compact camera – the Sony RX100 M3. It’s a terrific little pocket sized camera, and if I were to walk the Camino tomorrow, it would be the only camera I’d take. Small light, and terrific images.
Here are some shots I took on my walk this morning: