My practice uses photography to document people and culture, and to examine the act of looking itself. Some of my recent work has investigated the relationship between stereo photography and physiological modes of representation. This includes a documentary survey of Canberra and the architecture of Walter Burley Griffin as the city marks its centenary. Gavin Green is a photographic artist and publisher, based in Heidelberg. His artistic practice is predominantly concerned with the representation of people and their relationship to cultural identity. Gavin considers bookmaking a critical part of his practice and has collaborated with designers and artists to publish and develop his work in this form. Gavin has exhibited work at the Perth Centre for Photography; Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne; and recently at Kings ARI as part of the group show Perfect Information. In 2012 he was a finalist in the Olive Cotton Award for photographic portraiture, and his photographs are held in several private collections. Gavin completed a Bachelor of Arts in Photography at RMIT in Melbourne in 2010.