Baxter’s grandmother gave both his brother and himself cameras to keep her up to date with what the boys were getting up to in their new home and neighbourhood when the family first moved from Sydney to Kingscliff, and then Murwillumbah in 1968-9. The camera was a small point-and-shoot style made by Kodak. Since those early days, he continues taking shots of his daily life, especially when on holidays. Baxter explains, “Like most of us these days, I’m always looking for that significant snap to capture a moment to remember”. As a consequence of his persistence, he has become a proficient photographer, and useful with Photoshop, and various other photographic programs, handy when editing photos for websites, and documenting Artwork.

Prints from W190 x H120cm and under can be realised in perfect resolution, printed on cotton rag photographic paper or canvas. POA

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