Quality print of Kane Jarrod photograph featured in Melbourne Design Week 2021 exhibition Fresh Eyes: Reimagining Robin Boyd’s Walsh Street.
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Kane Jarrod on Fresh Eyes:
“I wanted to capture a moment in time inside the Robyn Boyd house. Not just the house, but what it was like to live in the house. What
was it like to be in the space? I imagined Robyn Boyd and his wife sitting on those deck chairs looking over the court yard, all year round.
How did it feel and what aspect of the home did Robyn Boyd enjoy the most? And then to hero a key component of the construction:
being the suspended roof and cable system. I hope the image represents the importance of not just the design and materials but the
functionality and enjoyment of the space.”
Kane Jarrod Bio
After graduating in 1993 from NMIT Photographic studies, I worked with some of Melbourne’s leading Commercial and Wedding
photographers. It was with great enthusiasm that I explored and gained knowledge in all aspects of the photographic industry. I opened
my own studio and said yes to every enquiry that came through the door, down the phone line and eventually via email.
Being able to reinvent myself, the business and the way images were captured along the journey, allowed me to move with, and stay
ahead of technology.
The evolution of the final fine art image produced today, ultimately takes its origin from techniques that I was using back in the old film
days. ‘Painting with light’ is how I produced the Reimagining Robin Boyd’s Walsh Street image, with a modern day photoshop twist of
stitching multiple images together.
Black, White, Natural, Unframed
|Image size (longest edge)||
Small 300mm, Medium 600mm, Large 900mm