Craig Wetjen and Steve Scalone have teamed up again to create a unique opportunity for other photographers in Adelaide to really become part of a special photographic collaboration. A fun and challenging day that starts with photographing the streets of Adelaide, editing and printing the images to then have them displayed within an amazing exhibition space... All in the one day! Based
WOW WOW WOW! What a day it was yesterday! and last night! it was awesome! To have 30 Melbourne photographers undertake Project Street 7:30 to shoot, edit print, and exhibit all in 7 hours was an amazing experience. To see the 30 images auctioned last night (raising $11,400 for Kids Under Cover charity) surrounded by at least 200 people was amazing. I am stoked
Author Craig Wetjen's recent book title Men and Their Sheds has gone on the best seller list for 2016 for publisher Echo Publishing. The concept of Men’s Shed collectives plays a significant role in reaching the marginalised in our society and reducing isolation by connecting men with each other and their communities. Community involvement gives an opportunity for men to be involved in
The Shed Show explores the hidden worlds found in the backyard shed. Sheds bring people together to create, to laugh, to pursue hobbies…and some are personal museums that define who we are.
Craig and his Men and Their Sheds book project features on channel TEN's The Project. https://tenplay.com.au/channel-ten/the-project/extra/season-8/man-caves