The Enjoyride exhibition is a photographic and typographic interpretation of Joyride; a documentary film detailing an intense cycling journey along the east coast of Australia.
Sponsored by- Deus Cycleworks, Little Creatures Brewing, Stoli Vodka, Two Italian Boys, The Green Park Hotel.
Daniel ‘Faz’ Farrell, director/producer and exhibiting photographer of the Joyride projects (inc. documentary and Enjoyride exhibition) since it’s conception April 2010.
Hosting his first solo show at Tight Projects September/October 2010.
Previously worked on “Fixed Up @ The Galeries”, photographing and co-curating alongside Joseph Allen Shea.
Fixed Up @ The Galeries was a lifestyle & photographic exhibition to celebrate the fixed gear sub culture in Sydney. A six week exhibition running through July/August of 2010.
Daniel completed Digital Media Design at Enmore Design Center alongside friend and SBP business partner Adrian Tezjan in 2009.
From his continual dedication to skateboarding and film photography he has developed the kind of stubborness that drives him to finish every project he starts.
A Sydney based design unit krafted by wing lau.
Wing Lau is a designer from Hong Kong, residing in Australia and his design unit is based in Sydney since 2007.
Through his conceptually driven design unit, he aims to create works with aesthetic and conceptual integrity that last. Wing holds a Bachelor of Design degree with honours from the College of Fine Arts, UNSW. He was awarded the Design Merit Certificate in 2007 for his graduation project and was the recipient of the Richard Dovey Medal of UNSW in 2008.
Since mid 2008, Wing became an adjunct member of the College of Fine Arts, complementing his design practice in Australia. He has also co-curated exhibition on typographic design and co-directed letterpress workshops alongside his involvement in the academic field. Wing is much attached to bilingual typographic design with English and Chinese; this is the very specific design field that he has been researching into as an on-going project, originated from his honours research thesis.
Since 2009, Wing teaches at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales and is responsible for two design studios which focus on typography and graphic compositions.
Joshua Heath (AKA Chris Martin) currently works shooting and editing commercial and creative video projects with Max Doyle.
Over the past few years Joshua has taught in various academic institutions internationally and is currently teaching at UTS University.
After completing his Masters in Documentary Photography at Sydney University in 2008, he has participated in numerous photographic and fine art exhibitions. In 2005 and 2006 he was awarded the SOYA prize in photography and in 2009 was flown to Cannes France to participate in the Sony World photography student exhibition.
When the opportunity arose to work on the Joyride documentary Joshua took on the role of DOP and has never looked back joining the boys at SBP Sydney.