The Photography of Jeff CarterStreaming Video - 2014
For 60 years, Australian photographer Jeff Carter traversed this country in search of stories. He wrote books and articles for the magazines of the time like People and Pix. And he never travelled without a camera. From the outset, Carter was drawn to document and celebrate the lives of working folk in the bush. From charcoal cutters and kangaroo shooters to dog trappers and drovers, his archive of wonderful images records a way of life that in many ways no longer exists. In July 2010, director Catherine Hunter and cameraman Bruce Inglis joined Carter on a road trip to western New South Wales. Carter was keen to renew acquaintances with people he had first photographed back in the 50s. It was to be his last photographic journey. On October 25, 2010, Carter died aged 82 years. He left behind one of Australia's most remarkable and historically-significant photographic archive - more than 50,000 images of Australian life. Inland heart draws together the themes and passions of a lifetime of photography and includes Carter's final interviews. An exhibition of Jeff Carter's work from the State Library of NSW collection - Beach, Bush and Battlers - is travelling throughout NSW until the end of 2013. Produced/Directed by Australian Catherine Hunter.
Publisher: [San Francisco, California, USA] :, Kanopy Streaming,, 2014.
Branch Call Number: eVideo kanopy
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 27 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound