Inspired by real life cases such as the Claremont Killer and Eric Edgar Cooke, Modus Operandi presents an ambiguous, hypothetical narrative and investigation of Perth’s complex relationship with serial killers.
The following images have been curated from multiple different series, each investigating the contemporary Australian masculine identity. Utilising theories surrounding semiotics and haptic visuality, each series investigates a different aspect of Australian masculinity, such as the AFL, drinking culture and metrosexuality.
Inspired by the work of Daido Moriyama, Osoroshi presents a unique insight into contemporary Japanese society. From the perspective of an outsider, feelings of discomfort, claustrophobia and unease are evoked through the manipulation of the medium of photography.