Darron Davies is a photographer based in Campbells Creek, Victoria. His photography is an adventure exploring many aspects of photography. An ongoing project capturing local hot rodders is as much a portrait of a scene, as an exploration of classical portraiture and still life representation. This has also included surreal other-worldly photographs of salt lake speed racing. Darron’s photography has involved abstract explorations of the sides of boats, antique bottles, abstractions using glass and mylar, intimate close ups of Japanese fabric, and antiquarian books, and tiny abstracted worlds within terrariums. He has also explored family history and memory through projections onto folded fabric. Darron is currently employing tintypes and salt prints to explore local landscape, including mystical photographs of local gardens, all the while exploring the mind-set of 19th century photographers. Darron works in digital and also employs a darkroom which will be open for viewing at his studio space.