Since moving to Kiama in 2014, Bob has been focused on the photography of the beautiful South Coast of NSW. He produced the Big No protest photograph and operates Aspiration Images and Kiama Arts Trail.
Bob's photography captures artistic realism landscapes as well as artistic studio work of products and concepts. He admires Ken Duncan and Peter Lik for their work in pioneering and promoting landscape photography in Australia.
He also does portrait photography from his studio in Kiama and is comfortable in moving from formal to free style in his portrait work. He was recently involved in photographing the World War II veterans of the Kiama and Shellharbour area.
Since moving to Kiama in 2014 he has focussed his landscape work on the beautiful South Coast of NSW. In February 2016 his exhibition "Explore The Kiama Coast Walk" featured at the Kiama library.
Bob Shaw grew up in Lane Cove, and then raised his family in several other areas of Sydney. He has been based in Kiama with his wife, Liz, since 2014.
Bob has been a member of various photographic organisations including Castle Hill RSL Photography Club, St George Leagues Club Photographic Society, Cronulla Sharks Photography Club, Kiama – Shellharbour Camera Club, Australian Photographic Society and the Australian Institute of Professional Photographers.
In 2012 he won the Best Monochrome Print and Print Of The Year for “Focus On Me” and in 2012 and 2013 he was Digital Champion of Cronulla Sharks Photography Club.
- Awards & Career highlights
2012 - Best Monochrome print and Print of the Year - Cronulla Sharks Photography Club
2012 - Digital Champion - Cronulla Sharks Photography Club
2013 - Digital Champion - Cronulla Sharks Photography Club
2016 - Big No protest photograph in Sydney Morning Herald
2016 - Explore the Kiama Coast Walk exhibition
- Studio Address
1A Colley Drive
Kiama NSW 2533
Please contact the artist to arrange your visit.