Craig Coverdale is street photographer living in Sydney.  His images detail our daily journey through the city streets of Australia and Asia.    Craig is a Leica Ambassador.   He regularly presents at seminars and industry events on street photography techniques, and for shooting in a fast paced environment using available natural lighting.

The Element series is a study of light as it falls on the built environment via natural and artificial sources.  Laneways, tunnels, and industrial surfaces take on new detail under subtle light and a slower, more detailed inspection. 

A portion of Coverdale's body of work is devoted to documenting and preserving hidden artwork within Australian cities.  In the process giving a new audience and visual context to this concealed  and temporary art.  


Quotations


"Some things are hidden for all the world until photographed."

"Street photography is a renewable resource. If you dont like what you see wait five minutes or walk a hundred feet."

"Remember, not everything is a picture. A good eye can edit before the shutter opens."


Exhibitions and events 2013

"Light / scapes"   Sponsored by Leica
Aurora Place, 88 Phillip Street, Sydney CBD 20th  - 31st  May 2013




Exhibitions and events 2012

"Melbourne Street Photography"   Sponsored by Leica  and Michaels Photographics
Cnr Queen and Lonsdale Streets,  Melbourne CBD,  September  2012.


Inside the Photographer's Studio,  Interview June 2012

"Marbles" sponsored by Leica.
Aurora Place, 88 Phillip Street, Sydney CBD 14th - 27th May




Exhibitions and events 2011 + 2010


Melbourne Leica Boutique Opening Event
Sold out event + exhibition + talk December 9, Queen Street Melbourne CBD

Sydney Leica Boutique Opening Event
Sold out event  + exhibition + talk  November 24, Sydney CBD

"Rangoon Street Portraits"    sponsored by Leica. 
 Aurora Place, 88 Phillip Street, Sydney CBD 16th - 27th May

Seminar on Street Photography techniques
National School of the Arts,  Darlinghurst ,  Head On Festival  14th May

25 image exhibition Head On National Portraiture Prize Festival

Private art collections