Jameson "Jimmy" Quinlan is a four-year-old photographer from Melbourne. He has always loved taking photos, whether that be with a disposable camera, his father's digital camera, or his mother's mobile phone while she is asleep. Jimmy takes photos of whatever is important to him at the time. He loves to capture specific moments of his life. Through his photography, Jimmy invites you into his world.
Together with his mother, Melbourne-based curator, Lisa Jacomos, Jimmy will present his work as an installation in the Noir Darkroom Window Space. This is a unique experience to see the world through the eyes of a child.